Browse through these pictures to see some of the projects we've done and to get some ideas of what could be done to your concrete.
This is the girl's locker room at Central Fellowship Christian Academy. At one time it had glued-down carpet, but has been just bare, ugly concrete for the past year or so.
We engraved a basketball (Concrete Resurrection's WRC Burnt Sienna) and a wood plank floor (Concrete Resurrection's WRC Custard) in the main area with a simple stain in the back area (Concrete Resurrection's Sapphire Blue).
This is a driveway in southern Bibb County that was just too plain.
We stained the borders and apron and then cut a brick pattern to jazz it up a little. We even had a guy stop and ask if we could lay brick on his driveway. I informed him that we didn't lay any brick, this is all concrete! It looks that real!
The administration at CFCA wanted to make the sidewalk going into the Prayer Chapel different than the rest.
We used four of Smith's colors to achieve this flagstone pattern. The "welcome mat" is actually stained and engraved INTO the concrete! It looks awesome! Only one problem, there will be no hiding the key under this mat! :-)
This is the back porch the house in the above pictures. Again, boooriiinnnng.
This concrete first got acid stained with Kemiko's Black. But there were some spots that wouldn't take the stain. This is a problem that happens rarely, but it does happen. We ended up overspraying the whole porch with a CR WRC blend of Mocha and Onyx.
This screened-in porch in Centerville has a base of Sandstone, and then highlights of Red Clay, Gray, and Bark Brown (all Smith's Color Floor). After cutting a flagstone pattern and applying two coats of clear sealer, this porch looks great!
This is the step going into the screened-in porch. We went with the same color scheme as the porch but engraved their initial encompassed in a brick pattern. The homeowners were very pleased with the results of the whole transformation!
The floor had a textured blue paint down that worked great for about a year. It was time for something better looking and more durable.
Most of the colors used were Concrete Resurrections Water-based stains. The "hardwood" part is Custard; the border is Sapphire Blue. The shine and extreme durability is Sta-Crete's clear epoxy system.
This is a back patio in Warner Robins that we had just cleaned. The step was a mess too!
After fixing the step, we used Kemiko's Black acid stain to start the color process. Then we highlighted with Smith's water-based Black and Concrete Resurrection's water-based Mocha. Cutting a 12x24 inch run-and-bond pattern finished this patio well!
This is the old "Gift Shop" at Lane Packing on Hwy 96 between Fort Valley and I-75. They had commercial carpet down for about ten years. Glue covered the entire floor.
After we used a 25-inch diamond grinder to give us a new floor to work with, we put down a base coat of Smith's Amber and a very light highlight of Desert Sand. Once the coloring was done, we sealed it with a clear epoxy for durability and shine!
The main part of the driveway is Kemiko's Vintage Umber with Black for the cobblestone border and entrance. The compass is over six foot in diameter. Also notice the house numbers engraved into the driveway entrance.
We first engraved a flagstone pattern to help hide some cracks, then we engraved a cobblestone pattern on the border and across the control joints, then the driveway was stained with Kemiko's Vintage Umber and Black.
This home on Lake Tobesofkee did away with their pool and created a large back patio overlooking the lake. We used Smith's Desert Sand as a base and highlighted with Nutmeg and Bark Brown. The border is 12 inches wide and stained with Bark Brown.
In order to add a touch of elegance, we engraved a four-foot tile pattern prior to staining this patio.
This back patio in Oakview Subdivision off Hartley Bridge Road had been plain concrete long enough. The homeowner had to pressure wash it yearly to keep it looking presentable. Even in this picture it had been recently cleaned.
A base coat of Smith's Desert Sand was applied and then a general overspray of Concrete Resurrection's Mocha to brown it up. This is a beautiful color combination that compliments this house very well.
The old logo outside Lane Southern Orchards office entrance had been on the asphalt for years and years. It was time to redo this logo.
Lane Southern Orchards ripped out the old asphalt and poured a new concrete canvas for the new logo. Smith's Natural was the backdrop color while the Logo itself is H&C stains. This logo was stained and engraved INTO the concrete. Go check it out!