Coloured concrete is achieved by adding special colour pigments to the concrete mixture in the course of preparing the mixture. As an exception, white concrete does not contain pigments, but is produced by using white cement and fillers. Black and white concrete are most common, but concrete can be made in various colours. In the case of using coloured concrete to create even surfaces, it must be taken into account that the uneven structure of concrete will cause irregularities in the colour.

 

Concrete surfaces

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