About the Owner of
Decorative Concrete Art

Creating decorative concrete art is not just a business for Shane Lee.  He is passionate about his work.

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During high school, Shane started a pressure washing and painting business.  He pressure washed concrete driveways, patios, sidewalks, as well as wood fences, sheds, and house siding. 

From this experience, he learned how important surface preparation is to any resurfacing job, whether it is painting or decorative concrete. 

Concrete Surface Preparation

The first step of every decorative concrete project (for both new or existing concrete) is cleaning out the dirt, mold, and mildew from the concrete's pores. 

This allows the concrete surface to be able to accept the colorful decorative concrete and hardscape products, and sealers.

decorative concrete contractor powerwashing a concrete driveway to remove mildew, mold and dirt from the pores of the concrete surfaceDecorative Concrete Preparation - Powerwashing a Concrete Driveway to Remove Dirt, Mildew, and Mold From the Concrete's Surface

Experienced Concrete Contractor


After 15 years of working for a concrete company in Kansas City which poured both commercial and residential concrete flatwork, Shane decided he wanted to take concrete to the next level…Decorative Concrete.

New Commercial Concrete Driveway Being Smoothed With a Bullfloat Before Finish Work Is PerformedNew Commercial Concrete Driveway Being Smoothed With a Bullfloat Before Finish Work Is Performed

DECORATIVE CONCRETE ART

Today...Decorative Concrete Art Is Located in the Triangle area of North Carolina.

Decorative Concrete Art creates colorful outdoor decorative concrete hardscapes such as patios, driveways, sidewalks, new concrete pool decks and concrete pool deck overlays using a variety of acid and water-reducible stains, dyes, and sealants.

The photos below, are some of our completed projects.  


Decorative Concrete Patios

The eye-catching, bright, earthy colors of this decorative concrete stained patio extend the homeowner's outdoor living space, making it the perfect place to entertain friends and family.

Earthtone Colors of This Eye-Catching Decorative Concrete Stained Patio Blend the Home With The Beauty of the Natural Backyard Environment - photoThe Earthtone Colors of This Eye-Catching Decorative Concrete Stained Patio Blend the Home With The Beauty of the Natural Backyard Environment.

Driveways

Sealed driveways are easier to keep clean, and more impervious to harsh chemicals such as fertilizers, oils, salts and staining.

Plain, gray concrete driveway clear sealedPlain, Gray Concrete Driveway After Being Clear Sealed

Pool Decks

Concrete pool deck overlays to existing pool decks, such as the one in the photo, below, are a cost-effective alternative to needing to tear-out the existing concrete and replace it.   

Pool Deck Overlay Stained and SealedPool Deck Overlay Stained and Sealed

Decorative Concrete Stained Porch and Sidewalk

Sealed concrete is easier to keep clean than plain, gray unsealed concrete.  A slip-resistant additive can be used beneath the final sealant to reduce falls. 

porch sidewalk acid stain natural earth tone brown color photoDecorative Concrete Porch and Sidewalk Acid stained and Sealed in a Natural Earth Tone Brown Color

Hardscape Natural Stone

Sealing existing natural stone patios, walkways, retaining walls, and exterior natural stone facings highlights the depth of beauty of the mineralization within the stone.

Photo of Sealed Existing Natural Hardscape Stone House Exterior To Bring Out the Stone's Natural Mineral Highlights - Photo shows Before and AfterSealing Existing Natural Hardscape Stone Brings Out the Stone's Natural Mineral Highlights, and Adds Beauty and Curb Appeal - Photo shows Before and After

Decorative Concrete Services

1.  New Concrete Pours - with or without colored stains, dyes or stamping

2.  Refinish Existing Concrete - color stain, or refresh existing stain, and seal

         We Design and Create:

  • New Pool Decks and Pool Deck Overlays
  • Driveways and Driveway Additions
  • Patios
  • Porches
  • Sidewalks
  • Firepits
  • Hardscape Stone - clear-seal, or color and seal existing stone and mortar
  • Concrete Footings and Pads for Pergolas, Gazebos, Pavillions, and Pool Houses




Testimonial

Super Star Cycle Center, 13810 E. US Hwy 40, Independence, Missouri

 "Decorative Concrete Art is the place to call if you want a quality job at a fair price.  Not only does the owner (Shane) have an outstanding eye and ability for the art side of the project but he also has the experience and know how to make sure that all of the details and the quality of the work itself is completed at the highest standards. 


We had these guys do our 8000 square foot motorcycle show room.........and not only did the appearance come out just as we wanted, but also the quality of the work and materials were also above par.  Shane is easy to work with and will provide you with a top notch job...........I highly recommend Decorative Concrete Art."


Shannon
Superstar Cycle Center


Before

Motorcycle Dealership Showroom Floor (After Floor Tile Removal) and Before EpoxyMotorcycle Dealership Showroom Floor (After Floor Tile Removal) and Before Epoxy

After

Motorcycle Dealership Showroom Floor After Epoxy ResurfacingMotorcycle Dealership Showroom Floor After Epoxy Resurfacing




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Our Raleigh NC Triangle Service Area

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If you are looking for  "Concrete contractors near me", here is the list of cities we service. 

Concrete Contractors Raleigh NC - Serving the North Carolina Cities of:

Apex, Blacknel, Carr, Cary, Clayton, Chapel Hill, Durham, Fuquay Varina, Garner, Holly Springs, Knightdale, Leesville, Lowes Grove, Millbrook, Mooresville, New Hill, Panther Branch, Raleigh, Rocky Mount, Rolesville, Smithfield, Swift Creek, Wake Forest, Wendell, Willow Spring, Wilson, and Zebulon, North Carolina

Serving the North Carolina Counties of:

Durham, Johnston, Nash, Wake, and Wilson