One of the biggest improvements in the Stone Craft system is in mix-design. A polymer modified formula allows installers to pour a very thin coating over a solid substrate. This reduces weight while producing excellent structural strength in a fraction of the time normally required for concrete.
Vol. 2 No. 4 – December/January 2003
Asking the right questions will help you truly connect with your customer.
The Los Angeles Cathedral proves that integrally colored concrete can be used with confidence on even the most demanding architectural projects.
A California company has created a clever disguise — a concrete product that looks like quarried limestone block.
Anti-Growth is a concentrated coating, which is mixed with water, costs pennies per square foot of coverage. It can be brushed, rolled, sprayed, sponged or ragged on, depending on the surface.
With the addition of pigments, flakes and powders, these durable coatings can now add plenty of pizzazz to concrete floors.
Due to its unique set of performance and installation benefits, the use of gypsum underlayment is growing rapidly in all facets of commercial and industrial construction.
If you’re into stamping concrete (and who isn’t these days?), here’s a tool that should be part of your repertoire. Concrafter® LLC design stamps — the brainchild of Theo Hunsaker and his sons, Kip and Sean, out of Vernon, Ariz. — require no special forming or pouring to create decorative edges. The process is so simple and fast, the Hunsakers say, you’ll literally gain “the edge” over the competition once you master the technique.
Artflor Systems’ vibrant cementitious and polymer colors make this concrete floor the center of attention.
From the look of stone to fanciful murals, these concrete structures are more than just walls.