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06 October

If you want something unique on your garage floor, you could always do what one of our latest customers did and have us install our “Grand Flagstone” application in your garage. To pull this one off, we had to be a bit creative in the order in which we addressed the cracking on the floor.  […]

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29 September

The freeze-thaw and the road salt can do a number on your concrete driveway.  Cracking, pitting, popping – all these wonderful and exciting things can just make your heart fill with joy – right?  After a long harsh winter, the effects from the beating that your driveway, sidewalks and garage floor took become apparent – […]

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18 September

This past week, we were in Fort Wayne, Indiana in a residential area near the Chestnut Hills Golf Club.  Concrete pitting was the problem on the homeowner’s driveway and they attempted to fix it by painting it.   Needless to say, the paint was not doing the job (they also hated the gray color) so […]

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06 September

Our latest project of recoloring stamped concrete happened a couple of weeks ago in Defiance, Ohio.  The driveway was stamped (and extremely large) with the typical color problems that many of these types of decorative concrete projects end-up looking like. The light-gray driveway was not looking good, most the the original sealer had worn off […]

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19 August

The exposed aggregate look on the front porch and back patio was driving our latest customer crazy.  Searching online for decorative concrete near Fort Wayne, Indiana – our customer found this blog and discovered the beauty of the Tuscan Slate application that we specialize in and contacted us. Day one was the most intense with […]

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14 August

Stamped concrete typically loses color (it shouldn’t but many times it does).  Most people live with the fact that they just spent a boat-load of money on their stamped concrete and then put-up with it when it starts looking nasty after only a couple of years. A week ago while working on a decorative concrete […]

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12 August

Slate texture on a pool deck makes a world of difference.  Just ask the owners of a home in Ossian, Indiana where we completed one of our “Tuscan Slate” applications a week ago. The 17 year old concrete around their pool and patio looked drab and ugly and was in need of a makeover. The […]

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11 August

Venetian stone tile is the name of our latest texture and design that we are promoting. We finished a “Venetian” this week near Edgerton, Ohio and the application was colored and antiqued to match the manufactured stone on the outside of our customer’s home. 12″ tile was done on this one with 1/4″ fiber tape […]

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08 August

Concrete wood gazebo and porch?  That’s right – our decorative concrete options not only include stone, slate and brick, but concrete wood as well.  This past week, we completed another concrete wood project on a hexagon shaped gazebo and front porch. The customers had already been sold on the wood look on the front porch […]

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23 July

We recently completed a gray flagstone application for a customer that wasn’t getting any use out of their back patio (because it was ugly and they didn’t like looking at it). When I first met with them, I told them that just because they have a patio that is old and hard to look at, […]

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