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Stamped Concrete Floors


stamped concrete floors
    stamped concrete
  • Stamped concrete is concrete that is patterned and/or textured or embossed to resemble brick, slate, flagstone, stone, tile, wood, and various other patterns and textures. Stamped concrete is commonly used for patios, sidewalks, driveways, pool decks, and interior flooring.
  • A process of using rubber molds “stamped” into the concrete to create patterns resembling brick, slate, cobblestone, flagstone or tile. When used with concrete colors, the finished surface has its own distinctive and decorative appearance without the cost of natural stone.
  • concrete that has been stamped with a pattern.
    floors
  • All the rooms or areas on the same level of a building; a story
  • (floor) deck: knock down with force; "He decked his opponent"
  • The lower surface of a room, on which one may walk
  • A level area or space used or designed for a particular activity
  • (floor) shock: surprise greatly; knock someone's socks off; "I was floored when I heard that I was promoted"
  • (floor) a structure consisting of a room or set of rooms at a single position along a vertical scale; "what level is the office on?"
stamped concrete floors - Bob Harris'
Bob Harris' Guide to Stamped Concrete
Bob Harris' Guide to Stamped Concrete
Become a concrete stamping expert with the practical tips in this book. Here you’ll find hundreds of ideas and sources for stamping designs. You’ll learn of site conditions affecting stamped concrete and how to avoid problems. Shows everything from preparing the subgrade to erecting forms, installing reinforcement, and placing the concrete. Gives different methods of stamping concrete, coloring stamped concrete, applying color hardener, release agents, installing expansion joints, and special techniques for finishing and sealing the concrete, Shows how to improve the durability of stamped concrete, and how to fix minor flaws. Explains how to write a fair contract for the work you perform and how to determine what to charge your customers for the finished job.

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Stamped Overlay 1
Stamped Overlay 1
THIN-CRETE Stamped Concrete Cover-Up for Existing Concrete THIN-CRETE is a stamped concrete overlay system designed as a cover-up for existing concrete surfaces. THIN-CRETE duplicates the look of natural stone, slate and granite in deep relief patterns over existing concrete surfaces eliminating the hassle and expense of concrete replacement. Applied at 1/4" to 3/8" of an inch over existing slabs, THIN-CRETE is actually stronger and more durable than concrete making it perfect for residential and commercial use in applications ranging from pool decks, patios and driveways to hotel lobbies, shopping centers and retail stores. Whatever your application, the THIN-CRETE stamped concrete overlay system can be colored and textured to match any design theme or specification giving you an incredibly versatile flooring system that's as durable as it is beautiful. Transform your existing concrete into a beautiful and elegant surface with THIN-CRETE . Applications: Shopping Centers Restaurants Retail Stores Plazas Hotel Entryways Lobbies Sidewalks Patios Foyers
Elite Crete black grey porch []
Elite Crete black grey porch []
Concrete Countertops, Faux Floor Finishing and Exterior Surfacing with Elite Crete decorative concrete; Decorative Concrete Seamless Flooring, Stains, Epoxy, Overlays, Polymer cement overlay; Sealing and polishing, stamped concrete overlay, concrete stamping, textured concrete overlays, thin stamped concrete, faux finish surfaces - Project Photos from EliteCrete of Michigan Contractors. For the Ann Arbor & surrounding areas, contact EliteCrete trained contractor A2 Faux Flooring & Countertops 734-646-9195

stamped concrete floors
stamped concrete floors
Bob Harris' Guide to Stamped Concrete
Become a concrete stamping expert with the practical tips in this book. Here you’ll find hundreds of ideas and sources for stamping designs. You’ll learn of site conditions affecting stamped concrete and how to avoid problems. Shows everything from preparing the subgrade to erecting forms, installing reinforcement, and placing the concrete. Gives different methods of stamping concrete, coloring stamped concrete, applying color hardener, release agents, installing expansion joints, and special techniques for finishing and sealing the concrete, Shows how to improve the durability of stamped concrete, and how to fix minor flaws. Explains how to write a fair contract for the work you perform and how to determine what to charge your customers for the finished job.

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