Category: Decorative Concrete

06 August

Decorative concrete has been mainstream for some time now for exterior surfaces but most people do not realize the benefits and uses of decorative concrete products on the inside of their  home. Sometimes carpeting, hardwood, ceramic tile or linoleum does not work as a flooring option but decorative concrete does.  Carpet will stain and get […]

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22 October

That’s right, decorative concrete is all about color choices, texture choices and pattern choices.  If you’re in the market for something unique for your interior or exterior concrete surfaces, you’re correct in deciding that your “plain and gray” just isn’t going to cut it anymore. Everyone has the same old boring slab of concrete, why […]

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17 May

Our large, hand-formed stone application called “Grand Flagstone” is the perfect look for anyone wanting to transform their concrete into something closer to nature. You can’t find these rocks in any quarry – the only way to get them at your home or business is to contact us!   Check-out the photos of a Grand […]

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15 February

To kick-off our 2011 season of our decorative concrete flooring business, we were in Defiance, Ohio at the Northtowne Mall for the “Health, Home and Fun” expo put on by Mix 98.1 this past weekend. Throughout the show, we were able to talk to many area residents to discuss the benefits of our hybrid polymer […]

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18 October

Last month we finished a epoxy flooring system at the First Baptist Church at Litchfield, MI.  We talked to them over two years ago and recently funds were donated for the completion of this project.  The epoxy system installed was a our standard three-coat system and the unique part was doing a Awana Circle with […]

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18 October

Our customers in Alvordton, Ohio didn’t like their front porch.  Complaint #1 was that it was an ugly-looking “plain gray”.  Complaint #2 was that it was slippery because it was power-troweled smooth when the contractor originally installed it. We suggested a 24″ tile look for the front porch and a gray “seamless” slate textured look […]

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28 September

We completed this large slate stone application in Bryan, Ohio this past Friday.  The homeowner was tired of her ugly gray front porch and wanted to transform it to look like large stones.  No stencil was used here, just fiber tape and plenty of time to lay-out the pattern (we don’t just put down one […]

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