Kemiko products were used by architectural greats such as Frank Lloyd Wright before decorative concrete even had a name. The company continues to thrive and grow with the times.
Ideas for what to do — or not to do — with cracks in overlays.
Concrete Decor writer Amy Johnson brings you fresh advice gleaned from demos at the ASCC fall conference.
Wagman plastic blades leave a hard, polished finish up to the standards of steel, but without the dark burnish marks that tend to show up when steel spins against concrete.
DP-600 Concrete Repair products from 3M offer a fast way for concrete repair people to get their fill.
Tough, quick to set, and low in solvents, polyureas require only one coat and get the job done fast.
Naturally colored aggregate, varying dramatically from region to region, can add unusual dimension to your decorative concrete work.
Although LEED credits aren’t yet available for polished concrete, it’s “green” as can be.
Installing foundations keeps this company grounded. Decorative concrete allows it to soar.
Winter’s on its way! It’s time to think about adding hearths and fireplace surrounds to your decorative concrete offerings
A primer on accelerators and their use in decorative concrete.