Stamped Concrete and Decorative Concrete in Willoughby Ohio

Stamped Concrete patio Willoughby Ohio 44094

Concrete Doesn’t Need To Be Dull and Boring!
We specialize in decorative and stamped concrete.

DiFranco Contractors Inc. is a general contractor serving Willoughby and the surrounding area of northeast Ohio.  We specialize in both decorative and stamped concrete pouring and installation for residential and commercial clients.  We do decorative and stamped concrete for driveways, patios, walkways, sidewalks, pool decks and more!

Stamped Concrete Projects We’ve Completed

Decorative or Stamped Concrete?

Stamped Concrete

Stamped concrete is a process (entirely new pour) that offers the look of tile, stone, slate, brick, cobblestone, and other similar surfaces, with the low maintenance of concrete. The specification of the concrete itself is the same as regular concrete so it’s extremely durable.  All we’re doing is stamped designs on the face!

Generally, all stamped concrete has 2 colors, one integral and one antique color. The pattern and color combinations are endless so you can custom design exactly what you desire.

Decorative Concrete

Along with stamped, we also offers other types of decorative concrete.  Colored concrete is just regular concrete with a color of your choice added to the mix. Exposed aggregate is a special process where a unique aggregate is used in the concrete. The concrete is placed as regular concrete and before the final set of the concrete, the surface is washed off to expose the aggregate. We can also stamp borders on regular concrete, acid stain existing concrete floors and do all kinds of neat things to make the concrete on your property look extraordinary!

With a site consultation we’ll be able to quickly assess your concrete to decide which process might be the best option for your property and your budget.

Stamped Concrete and Decorative Concrete Willoughby Ohio

  • Stamped Concrete Patios
  • Colored Concrete Patios
  • Decorative Concrete Driveways
  • Decorative Concrete Walkways
  • Decorative Landscaping Concrete

Why Choose DiFranco Contractors Inc. For Your Stamped and Decorative Concrete Needs?

When you choose DiFranco Contractors to construct your new stamped concrete project you are partnering with experienced professionals.  You will deal directly with Gianni DiFranco (owner) with more than 20 years experience.

Gianni will consult with you on your project, provide you with your estimate and will be present for the work when your job is scheduled.

If you’d like to receive an estimate to install stamped concrete then please give us a call 440-946-2029 or fill out our contact form and we’ll be getting right back to you.

DiFranco Contractors Inc proudly services the city of Willoughby.  Please contact us for any of your Stamped Concrete Needs.

The city of Willoughby has one of the most fascinating histories of northeast Ohio.  It was part of six counties before finally settling into Lake County, and had few other names before it was officially called Willoughby.  The first people to settle arrived around the year of 1750 and continued to move towards the area for hundreds of years.  In 1834, Dr. Willoughby, a local practitioner opened the Willoughby Medical College to try and attract more medical professionals studying to be doctors to the area.  The next year, the town was named after him.

One of the nicest places for people to take in the Ohio scenery is in two recently improved parks.  Both Sunset and Osborne Parks have improved walking paths, athletic fields, picnic areas, and piers for fishing.  Also nearby is the Holden Arboretum, a large park which hosts multiple areas for you to enjoy the area with events and activities going on in all seasons.

For those interested in Willoughby, there are several places to play.  The Kirtland Country Club and Manakiki Golf Course are popular with visitors and residents.

Little Red Schoolhouse and History Center of Willoughby is a more historical outing and is located next to Willoughby South High.  The historical site includes a one room schoolhouse and tools such as spinning wheels and printing presses that were used in the period of time when the school was open.