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INTEGRAL COLORS are used as a BASE COLOR. INTEGRAL COLORS are colors added to the concrete mix at the ready-mix plant and delivered to the site to our installation crews. Advantage of integral color over other base color options are that the color is mixed evenly through out the entire concrete mix so chipping and cracking will not reveal any hidden color variations. Below you will find two color guides to represent integral base color options. Colors are NOT exact. Variances in texture, wind, rain, sunlight, and temperature ALL affect the final cured color of the finished concrete surface. The antique color will also affect the final appearance. Typically, only one base color can be used at a time. Projects with multiple base color selections for different areas can increase in cost due to separating the job into separate pours.
ANTIQUE/ACCENT COLORS are used to highlight the impressed areas in any given stamped concrete pattern. These colors are impregnated into the concrete surface during or after the concrete stamping process. These antique colors can alter the base color as a whole in some situations one shade in either direction. Antique colors add an "aged" and sometimes more natural appearance to the final stamped product. Below you will find a color chart for these colors. Typically antique colors cannot be mixed or altered to achieve a desired look.
INTEGRAL COLOR CHART: (Base Color)
ANTIQUE/ACCENT COLOR CHART: (Secondary Color)