Vol. 6 No. 5 - October/November 2006
Tips on choosing the right type of drain system — and for ensuring that it doesn't ruin the look of your decorative concrete project.
Got cold feet about offering decorative work in wintry climates? It's being done with great success!
They say a man's home is his castle, and with a concrete home, it's true. Quiet and energy-efficient, these durable fortresses are increasingly popular.
Sometimes a decorative concrete application is way more than just a job.
Reaching the "summit" for your business takes forethought and daily attention.
Problems two years later? The timeline for customer service has no limits.
In this age of customer service, you should never turn your back on a client with a problem.
Beautiful work, a comprehensive show-room and attention to the well-being of his crew have brought success to Joe Fettig and his wife Betsy.
Have you had this happen to your concrete stamping job?
Anthony Allen, owner of the largest winery in Maryland, knew he wanted a very special floor for his newly renovated wine-tasting and banquet rooms, located in a former dairy barn.
Stained concrete floors, decorative concrete countertops... the list of popular concrete applications continues to grow. And now, decorative concrete contractors can add another new service to their businesses: decorative concrete furniture.
With initial experience as a concrete contractor, ironworker and plasterer, an artistic streak found ready expression using skills that were learned in the trades.
Just a little over three months after they first moved into their new home , a fire burned through the home’s garage, attic and roof, thanks to the home being build using ICFs..
Bob Harris, president of the Decorative Concrete Institute in Temple, Ga., is offering an innovative product to make decorative contractors’ lives a little easier.