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Kitchen Concrete Floor That Looks Like Wood

Kitchen Concrete Floor That Looks Like Wood

We’ve been at it again with our (Now Famous) concrete floors that look like wood. This time, we’ve applied a couple of new techniques that are sure to give our concrete that looks like wood an even more realistic look and feel. At first glance, you might not be able to see that we’ve added

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Diagonal Concrete Floor Made To Look Like Wood

Diagonal Concrete Floor Made To Look Like Wood

We never knew making concrete look like wood was such a big deal! To us, it was just another beautiful flooring option. A really, really good flooring option, but nonetheless, a flooring option. As it turns out, it isn’t just a flooring option to most people. It’s becoming a trend we’re starting to see more

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Concrete Patio Overlay

Concrete Patio Overlay

A concrete patio, if properly planned and executed, can last for years and years. If it’s not properly planned and executed, the negative results can show almost immediately. This is what happened to one of our existing customers. His home was built about 4 years ago and the back patio started cracking within the first

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Concrete Floors That Look Like Wood

Concrete Floors That Look Like Wood

Is the title right? “Concrete Floors That Look Like Wood.” Yes, it is. The floors in the pictures here are nothing more than 100% pure concrete. The picture below is just one of many concrete wood floors™ that has left a customer literally speechless. This is a one-of-a-kind floor that not only increases the value of

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Why do you seal decorative concrete?

Why do you seal decorative concrete?

One problem with colored concrete that plain gray doesn’t worry about much is efflorescence. Efflorescence is a powdery white material that forms on the surface of the concrete. It’s caused by calcium hydroxide which is naturally in the concrete after it sets. As water moves out of the concrete it carriers with it some of

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