We are your source for all decorative products to transform and enhance any interior or exterior concrete space. With many colors to choose from, we can help you turn original gray concrete in to your own tranquil space.
This is a water based liquid containing minerals and acid that seep into the pores of the concrete creating a chemical response between the muriatic acid and the available lime within the surface, which permanently alters the color of concrete
We offer a wide variety of cleaners that are designed to clean or remove contamination from any concrete surface
This is a powder that is hand-broadcast onto freshly poured concrete and then worked into the surface. It’s also called dry shake, which is a method of coloring for your stamped or regular concrete projects
These are premixed with a specific coloration, which is fine for applying an exact color to an area but can be challenging if you’re trying to match an existing condition or color
This improves strength, durability, water tightness and wear resistance of concrete and delays drying until it’s strong enough to resist shrinkage crackling
Cleans oil and grease films or adhesive tape residues and rubber tire marks from concrete floors
This is a blended oxide pigment available in dry and liquid form that is mixed in with concrete in a ready mix truck and then poured on the job site for a rich and fade resistant look
There are a variety of these systems available for refinishing concrete flatwork depending on the look trying to achieve with patterns and textures
These prevent the adhesion of freshly placed concrete to the forming surface, which is usually plywood, steel or aluminum
This is essential for protecting surfaces from water damage caused by freeze/thaw cycles, stains from dirt, oil, and much more. We offer a variety of sealers depending on the project type
Stamping Tools & Systems
We have a variety of tools for imprinting texture and pattern into freshly poured concrete to make it look like stone, brick, wood and other materials. This is good to use when trying to create a certain look on driveways, patios, sidewalks and more.
These are used to leave patterns and are typically laid over existing concrete and an acrylic overlay is sprayed or troweled over the top