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How Much Does a Stamped Cement Patio Cost
Many homeowners today are taking a closer look at the benefits of installing stamped cement in their space. A stamped cement patio can be created using special techniques so that it looks like other types of materials. For example, it may take on the appearance of everything from Spanish-style tile to marble and many other types of materials. It is generally more cost-effective to install, easier to maintain and more durable than other materials available for you to use. Because of this, the idea of a stamped concrete patio is increasing in popularity with homeowners. However, you may be wondering just how much the patio will cost and if it is affordable for you to install in your yard.

The Size of the Patio
There are several factors to consider when learning more about the cost of a stamped cement patio. Generally, you can expect to pay between $8 and $20 per square foot for the installation of a stamped concrete patio. Therefore, one of the most important factors related to the cost is the size of your space. However, if you have a 200 square foot patio, you can see that the cost may range between $1,600 and $4,000 for the installation, and this is a large spread. A closer look at other factors will help you to more accurately to determine how much your patio installation may cost.

The Design of the Patio
The more elaborate stamped cement patio designs are generally on the higher end of the pricing scale. Factors like the color or shade of the cement and the overall design that is used will be important. Consider that more elaborate designs may require greater skill on the part of the contractor. Darker, deeper colors and more complex designs may also require more time and effort on the part of the contractor, and this can result in greater labor charges. There is a flat rate for the cost to install a basic concrete patio, but the more detailed or elaborate type of work required, the higher the labor costs will be.

If you are interested in installing a stamped concrete patio in your home, one of the best steps to take is to reach out to a concrete contractor for assistance. By doing so, you can learn more about the design options available. You can also learn about the costs and time required to complete the installation of specific designs. Through the insight and knowledge that you gain from speaking with a contractor, you can make important decisions regarding the size and style of your new patio. This is a great way to get the patio that you want installed in your space without exceeding your budget.
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