Bomanite Imprint Systems are cast-in-place concrete flooring & paving that adds a distinctive architectural touch to any project, together with the durability to stand up to the toughest traffic loads and environmental conditions. For over five decades, Bomanite Imprint Systems have offered homeowners and design professionals a virtually limitless palette of colors, textures, and patterns - at a fraction of the cost of traditional materials. Bomanite Imprint Systems gives you more than 100 patterns and custom tooling options with a wide variety of standard and custom coloring options. You can choose from many natural textures including slate, granite, limestone, sandstone, cobblestone and used brick. When you specify architectural paving, accept no substitutes.
Bomanite - the original cast-in-place, colored and imprinted architectural concrete paving. This product provides an imprinted pattern that has a smooth surface between the joint lines. The imprinting tools produce patterns in the surface of the concrete in much the same way as a cookie cutter cuts patterns in cookie dough. Simulates most smooth tiles, new brick and certain stone materials.
Bomacron - A textured version of the original, this product is also cast-in-place, colored and imprinted, but provides the added dimension of texture and relief between the joint lines. Simulates a wide variety of natural materials including slate, granite, limestone, sandstone, wood and cobblestone.
Concrete Graphics – provides the creative freedom to make a bold statement and create unique graphic paving designs through unlimited combinations of geometric graphic patterns and colors.
Bomanite Imprint Systems are used in a wide variety of residential, commercial and municipal applications where the designer wants to upgrade plain concrete or asphalt, or alternatively, wants to reduce the cost of installing natural paving materials such as slate or granite. To begin designing your outdoor space or interior floor project click here to choose an imprint pattern to fit your needs.