Increte Stamped Concrete: Is a process in which colored concrete is imprinted to look like slate, stone, granite, brick, or wood. Increte Stamped Concrete can be installed using either integral dye, or color hardener.
Increte Color Hardeners: Increte color hardeners are ready to use dry-shake material for coloring that will also increase the surface strength and color intensity. Color hardener mixed with water can be plastered on the vertical surfaces of freshly placed concrete such as risers, steps, and planters. It is available in 30 standard colors.
Increte Color-Crete/ Integral Color: High-grade iron oxide pigment designed and packaged in disintegrating bags, to be put directly into the mixer so the concrete will be colored throughout the entire concrete mixture. Color Crete/ Integral Color is available in 30 standard colors.
Increte Spray-Deck: A cementitous concrete coating combining the best properties of durability and strength in chemistry. Provides a light-weight, low-maintenance surface that is ten times stronger than concrete of the same thickness. For use on pool decks, patios, driveways, and sidewalks.
Increte Texture-Crete: A durable, skid-resistant cover-up that transforms plain gray concrete into beautiful textured surfaces. Texture-Crete has unlimited colors and patterns, much more cooler to the touch than plain concrete, and easy to clean.
Increte Stain-Crete: A deep penetrating, chemical stain that can be used to color old or new concrete. Stain-Crete chemically reacts with concrete to provide a distinctive, permanent color with a subtly shaded marbled effect, similar to the aged appearance of natural stone. Rich variegated finishes that will not peel, chip or fade.
Increte Stone-Crete: A cast-in-place architectural wall system. Stone-Crete is ideal for large highway projects such as sound barrier walls, subdivision entryways and retaining walls, and is perfect for a variety of commercial and residential jobs. An exclusive two-part coloring process offers an unlimited palette of colors that compliment and blend with any project’s design specification, giving the architect, specifier, and designer the freedom to match other parts of the construction and landscaping project, while maintaining the same technical specifications as masonry work.