Concrete Stairs Richmond BC
Contemporary Style Concrete Stairs
Modern styles, in general, tend to favor smooth, natural surfaces that almost look a little industrial. The type of concrete stair that complements this style is also smooth and without added colors, textures or patterns. They are simple and elegant, often highlighting features that other styles would try to avoid, such as hand-cut expansion joints and saw cuts. These type of stairs would go perfectly with any modern designed exterior of homes. Even interior designers are impressed with this type of concrete as they start to mix match with the interior of the home as well.
Stamped Concrete Stairs
When you deal with stamped concrete, the sky is truly the limit. When building stairs, concrete is the best option when considering maintenance and long-term costs, but some may not be aware of what stamped concrete can imitate. Whether you want red brick, cobblestone, slate or just about another type of hard surface, we can stamp and color the concrete to your unique specifications. This can come in handy if other parts of your property already have these types of materials or are themselves stamped to imitate them.
Exposed Aggregate Concrete Stairs
This style is a classic — and for good reason! This style involves pouring the concrete that stripping off the outermost layer, exposing rock underneath. With exposed aggregate, you can choose from a wide variety of patterns and textures depending on the color and size of the stone chosen. The overall look of the concrete here depends on the skill level of the person doing the work, which is why for best results, you want to choose a company like ours with decades of experience and the right equipment to do the job well.
Circular Concrete Stairs
If you want a truly unique look for your property, this is a great direction to go. With this classic design, you call to mind a look going back to ancient architecture, giving a few lowly steps a distinguished air. The defining feature of this type of stair is a wide base that tapers off at a point, typically a doorway. One of the best parts of using this design is that you have a wide range of choices of finishes and colors available to you while still using the same layout. You even have the option of having an inverse circle design as well.