Stamped Concrete Design

Stamped concrete is a great way to give your property a unique, textured look. Whether it’s a residential or commercial property, more and more homeowners and business owners prefer unique designed concrete over standard grey concrete. As a builder, stamped concrete makes your properties more appealing to potential buyers. AM Contracting has been transforming properties with stamped concrete for over 17 years.  

Stamped concrete is a great way to transform:

  • Patios
  • Porches
  • Garages
  • Driveways
  • Basements

Variety of Designs and Styles

Whether you’re wanting a natural stone look or a specific design, count on the concrete experts at AM Contracting to give you the look you’re wanting. We’ve installed many different styles and designs of stamped concrete to transform the look of residential and commercial properties across Omaha. 

Advanced Technology for Precise Results

Unlike a lot of other contractors, we own all of our own technology and equipment in-house. We do this so that we can ensure the equipment we use is up-to-date and has all the proper maintenance to provide the best results. 

Stamped Concrete Warranty 

Our stamped concrete is designed with high-quality concrete mix to avoid any chipping, fading, or scratches. If there are any problems during the first year after installation, you are covered with our 1-year warranty. 

London Cobble
A traditional lightly textured cobblestone pattern.
Ashlar Cut Slate
Stones with a slate surface, in an Ashlar pattern.
Random Stone
Heavily textured random fieldstones.
Classic Wood
Combining multiple wood grains to offer a bold, pronounced, exposed grain texture with six-inch wide planks.
Running Bond New Brick
A running bond pattern with smooth joints.
Herringbone New Brick
A wire-cut common brick texture with sharp corners and few indentations or irregularities over the surface.
Grand Ashlar
Stones of various shapes and sizes laid in an Ashlar pattern, with a slate texture.
European Fan
An elegant European fan pattern, consisting of slightly curved rectangular slate stones.
Fractured Cyprus Slate
Heavy in texture, the joints have a fractured split edge.
Stones of Athens
Limestone, marble and granite are all used next to each other detailing the fine craftsmanship of ancient Greece.
Rough Stone Texture
A natural stone texture characterized by a continuous coarse surface.
Sanded Slate Texture
Similar to a slate texture with the addition of a lightly sanded appearance across the entire texture field.