Vol. 8 No. 3 - May 2008
From countertops and wall caps to window surrounds and stair treads, this firm absolutely does it all.
This golf course was going to be on national TV, and its owners wanted it to look good. Decorative concrete helped get it ready for its closeup.
If you’re one of the growing number of contractors making the move from horizontal to vertical, this may be one of your first questions.
Colors must be matched. Costs must be controlled. There are all sorts of variables to consider when repairing a decorative concrete floor. Luckily, several products aim to help you get things fixed.
Our annual summer feature offers step-by-step directions that will get contractors cooking on some distinctive concrete concoctions.
It can be an easy job. But “easy” doesn’t mean you don’t have to think about or prepare for it.
Paper will not refuse ink. What do I mean by that? Well, there is nothing more important in business than to represent yourself honestly and consistently, and ideally that is how your competition will address itself … and you.