Concrete can be stunning. You don’t really need to pay money for better looking walls, walkways and driveways; you can get any look you want with our range of custom concrete. Today, there’s no end to the colors and designs you can create with concrete. You can install stamped concrete patio that looks like stone, or can opt for colored concrete for your driveways and walkways.

There’s no scarcity of choices. Many of our clients in our home town of Thousand Oaks and the neighboring suburbs of Westlake Village, Agoura Hills, Simi Valley, Moorpark and Calabasas have gone the concrete way. Not only is it lighter on the wallet, but it’s also extremely versatile.

Our clients in Marin – Sonoma – Napa – San Francisco And All Bay Area have used concrete in innovative new ways to make their homes stand out in their neighborhoods. We at JS Landscape believe that, when utilized correctly, concrete can be a stunning addition to your landscape design.

Colored Concrete

Colored concrete can be beautiful to look at and many people use it indoors as well as outdoors. There’s no shortage to the array of colors available that you can use and designs you can incorporate. There are sands, tans, mocha’s, blues, grays,  this are some of the more popular colors used by our clients.

Some of our clients add different artistic touches by adding geometric patterns, or abstract designs to their concrete surfaces. The overall effect can be different and unique.

Stamped Concrete

Stamped concrete can replicate the look of stone, brick or pavers easily but doesn’t cost as much. Often residential and commercial property owners use the more affordable concrete. As there are so many design options available, people no longer have to endure the dull, gray surface. Stamped concrete adds a different look and texture to the surface.

From a distance, it’s difficult to tell the difference between stamped concrete and pavers. Unless you’ve opted for a very different and unique design, your hardscaping would look like it’s made from brick, stone or concrete pavers. It’s more affordable because there’s less labor involved. We essentially just pour concrete and stamp it with a pattern.

How to Install Custom Concrete

After you call us, the owner Israel Mejia  will speak with you about the look and texture of concrete and what kind of pattern you’re aiming for. Then we survey the area we need to work on. Once everything, including the design, timeline and budget, is agreed upon, we move on with the project.

  • The ground needs to be properly prepared and leveled before we can pour concrete on it. Our employees will first make sure that the surface is ideal before proceeding.
  • We then add color if coloring, pour the concrete, and stamp it according to your preference. The amount of time this takes depends on the design you choose.

If you have any questions on custom concrete, you can call Israel at (415)720-2144 . You can also fill in this contact us form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

JS Landscape Offers Concrete Services In The Following areas:

Cities Served:    Alameda, CA | Alamo, CA | Albany, CA | Almaden Valley, CA | Alum Rock, CA | Alviso, CA | American Canyon, CA | Antioch, CA | Aptos, CA | Atherton, CA | Bayview, CA | Belmont, CA | Belvedere Tiburon, CA | Benicia, CA | Berkeley, CA | Berkeley, CA | Berryessa, CA | Blackhawk, CA | Blossom Hill, CA | Boulder Creek, CA | Boynton, CA | Branham, CA | Brentwood, CA | Brisbane, CA | Broadmoor, CA | Burlingame, CA | Cambrian Park, CA | Campbell, CA | Capitola, CA | Castro Valley, CA | Castro Valley, CA | Chinatown, CA | Clayton, CA | Concord, CA | Concord, CA | Contra Costa County, CA | Corte Madera, CA | Cotati, CA | Cupertino, CA | Cupertino, CA | Daly City, CA | Danville, CA | Danville, CA | Diamond Heights, CA | Downtown San Jose, CA | Dublin, CA | Edenvale, CA | El Cerrito, CA | El Sobrante, CA | Emeryville, CA | Evergreen, CA | Excelsior, CA | Fairfax, CA | Financial District, CA | Foster City, CA | Fremont, CA | Fremont, CA | Gilroy, CA | Haight-ashbury, CA | Half Moon Bay, CA | Hayward, CA | Hercules, CA | Hillsborough, CA | Hunters Point, CA | Kensington, CA | Kentfield, CA | Kenwood, CA | Lafayette, CA | Lafayette, CA | Larkfield, CA | Larkspur, CA | Livermore, CA | Los Altos Hills, CA | Los Altos, CA | Los Altos, CA | Los Gatos, CA | Marin County, CA | Marina, CA | Martinez, CA | Menlo Park, CA | Midtown, CA | Mill Valley, CA | Millbrae, CA | Milpitas, CA | Mission District, CA | Moraga, CA | Moraga, CA | Morgan Hill, CA | Mountain View, CA | Mt. Hamilton, CA | Naglee Park, CA | Napa, CA | Napa, CA | Newark, CA | Nob Hill, CA | Noe Valley, CA | North Beach, CA | North San Jose, CA | Novato, CA | Oakland, CA | Oakland, CA | Oakley, CA | Orinda, CA | Pacific Heights, CA | Pacifica, CA | Pajaro, CA | Palo Alto, CA | Parkside, CA | Petaluma, CA | Petaluma, CA | Piedmont, CA | Pinole, CA | Pittsburg, CA | Pleasant Hill, CA | Pleasanton, CA | Portola Valley, CA | Portola Valley, CA | Potrero District, CA | Presidio, CA | Redwood City, CA | Redwood City, CA | Richmond District, CA | Richmond, CA | Rodeo, CA | Rohnert Park, CA | Rose Garden, CA | San Anselmo, CA | San Bruno, CA | San Carlos, CA | San Francisco, CA | San Francisco, CA | San Jose, CA | San Leandro, CA | San Lorenzo, CA | San Martin, CA | San Mateo County, CA | San Mateo, CA | San Mateo, CA | San Pablo, CA | San Quentin, CA | San Rafael, CA | San Rafael, CA | San Ramon, CA | Santa Clara, CA | Santa Clara, CA | Santa Cruz County, CA | Santa Cruz, CA | Santa Rosa, CA | Santa Rosa, CA | Santa Teresa, CA | Saratoga, CA | Saratoga, CA | Sausalito, CA | Scotts Valley, CA | Sebastopol, CA | Sonoma County, CA | Sonoma, CA | Soquel, CA | South Of Market, CA | South San Francisco, CA | Stanford, CA | Stonestown, CA | Sunnyvale, CA | Sunset, CA | Tenderloin, CA | Treasure Island, CA | Tropicana, CA | Union City, CA | Vallejo, CA | Visitacion Valley, CA | Walnut Creek, CA | Walnut Creek, CA | Watsonville, CA | West Portal, CA | Westgate, CA | Willow Glen, CA | Winchester, CA | Woodside, CA |