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Let’s face it, working concrete is a hard job. It’s hard on the hands, the back and especially the knees. Fortunately, for some contractors there’s an option that allows them to stand upright and still complete their jobs.
When asked if concrete contractors should add safety surfacing to their roster of services, George Coon’s answer was a question that was succinct and to the point: “Do they want to make money?”
If you’re looking to expand your repertoire beyond stamping, staining and coloring concrete, there is a host of surfacing alternatives — some old, some new — just waiting to be explored.
Learn how walk-behind trowels can improve an operator's comfort, control and flat finishes.
Modular, compact and sturdy in design; portable concrete mixers come in designs to fit all construction needs.
Like an artist's paintbrush on canvas, the trowel can create a wide variety of effects on overlays.
Sometimes there's no better way to finish a cementitious topping than to get down on your hands and kneeboards and go to town with a trowel.
In indoor applications, terrazzo has a ground and polished surface that lends itself to creative design. The use of divider strips allows the material to be mixed in different colors and applied in a process similar to paint-by-number, so you can incorporate designs, logos, borders and just about anything.
A new training school in Oregon joins others around the country in promoting excellence in the trades.
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