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1. Concrete Countertop Maintenance

From "food-safe" to "sacrificial coating," kitchen concrete countertop maintenance will have you upgrading your vocabulary along with your tool kit. Here's how to speak the language.

By Christina Camara
2. Artisan in Concrete: CSolutions, Atlanta, Ga.

Decorative work is a growing part of this groundbreaking company, where business savvy meets design expertise.

By Christina Camara
3. Artisan in Concrete: Klassen Concrete, Winnipeg, Manitoba

From quirky flights of fancy to classic looks, this Canadian contractor can handle it all even landscaping.

By Christina Camara
4. Elegant California Concrete Home and Fireplace

Blue gray concrete sink with the edges ground down and polished to expose the aggregate within.At their showpiece house, the artisans at Flying Turtle Cast Concrete let their imaginations soar.

By Christina Camara
5. Artisan in Concrete: Distinctive Concrete, Rowley, Mass.

One of the first decorative concrete contractors in the Boston area, Bill Guthro built his business in a town known for winter weather.

By Christina Camara
6. Polishing Dry-Shake Color Hardener: Yes or No?

Some say avoid this combination altogether. But others say it can be done well — as long as contractors are aware of potential pitfalls.

By Christina Camara
7. The Science of Concrete Mixes

Using a little bit of research, a dash of cunning and a lot of experimentation, developing your own mix designs can save you from many decorative concrete pitfalls.

By Christina Camara
8. The Concrete Tub

They’re heavy and they can be hard to install. But for some customers, decorative concrete tubs are worth every drop of sweat.

By Christina Camara
9. Marketing for Concrete Contractors

Concrete can't sell itself, contractors must depend upon a bit of marketing too. Image from http://historycooperative.org/ Many contractors believe that their workmanship will sell itself, but too often, they depend on referrals. Decorative concrete contractors are artisans, not necessarily salespeople.

By Christina Camara
10. Manufacturer Profile: Architectural Concrete Looks and Feels Like Stone

The form itself does everything because the concrete fills in the cracks, and it flows very nicely.Arch-Crete's lightweight forming system gives the look and feel of real stone.

By Christina Camara

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