Tag: polymer cement

25 November

On this project in Woodburn, Indiana , the homeowners wanted a one foot diagonal tile look in their breezeway area (between the garage and home).  The concrete  floor was under 10 years old but the steps that lead into the home was the original concrete steps and were probably 80+ years old. They knew that […]

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05 December

After troweling down the first layer of polymer cement last Wednesday and then going with a second full base coat on Thursday,  we were ready to apply the first texture coat on the showroom floor that we’ve been working on. We thought it was necessary to utilize a second base coat (with lots of pigment) […]

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07 November

Today was the first day of our epoxy project at the Bryan, Ohio VFW building.  We’ve already completed several projects in this building (epoxy – vinyl flake in the basement kitchen last December and other polymer cement resurfacing applications upstairs seven or eight years ago) and today was the start of another one. We’re continuing […]

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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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26 April

Not only is our polymer cement product a perfect tool for us to create stones, slate and brick on your existing concrete slab, but it sure makes a good wood floor as well. The owner of AJ Door in West Unity, Ohio was looking for a durable floor for his new showroom that was not […]

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