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.
A Transformed Pool Deck
This new pool deck had the curvy appeal, but the bland gray concrete was hard for the eyes to bear.
A base coat of Concrete Resurrection's Beach Sand and highlights of Fossil Wood captured the beauty that was hidden in this concrete all along. What a difference a little color makes. . .
This back patio in Lizella was very, let's say, BLAH!
Using an English Red acid stain and adding highlights of Smith's Amber set the color stage for this oasis. We placed two 3-foot medallions set in an 18-inch tile pattern, all engraved into the concrete. Boy, what a difference!!
Upson County Cabin Screened Porch
This screened porch in Upson County was your standard, boring, blah concrete.
After using Smith's Natural, Amber, Sandstone, and Concrete Resurrections' Fossil Wood and Dark Slate, this screened porch got a beautiful flagstone makeover!
Custom Concrete Engraving
This is some personalized engraving into the concrete that was added to the above screened porch floor for the homeowners. Semper Fi!!
More custom engraving for the homeowners of the above screened porch.
Epoxy Flake Floor
This entryway at YKK was in need of renovating. It had vinyl tile on the floor, so we had to grind it to prepare it for the epoxy flake floor.
We used a gray base with the flakes and a clear topcoat. It's a great improvement, don't you think?
A Touch of Fire Brick
These back patios needed some color.
A tile pattern was engraved prior to adding color. The base coat is Bombay with the border and highlights with Concrete Resurrection's Fire Brick.
Partial Basement Floor
This is a small area in a basement that had a partial area of tile. The homeowners wanted to do away with the tile and add these stained floors.
The stain is Desert Sand base with Bark Brown highlights, topped with clear epoxy for durability and shine. A touch of class!
Small Porch, Big Difference
This small front porch was lacking something . . .
A base of Desert Sand with shots of Bark Brown added some much-desired color to this front porch.
This family room in Marshallville was ready for some life in the floor.
Again, Desert Sand and Bark Brown were used to transform this floor. An "accent rug" was stained and engraved into the middle of the floor to divide the room a little.
These homeowners just recently built this detached carport and didn't want plain, gray concrete.
By using Tobacco Leaf color from Concrete Resurrection WRC, this carport came to life!
This is the garage at the same house as the above pictures.
Again, Tobacco Leaf from Smith's Color Floor accented the wall colors perfectly!
Warner Robins Bedroom and Livingroom
This homeonwer ripped out the carpet so we could stain his floors. This is the master bedroom.
This is the living room where the homeowner also tore out the carpet. We stained the floors and engraved a compass rose.
Warner Robins Master Bathroom Do-over
You probably saw this picture on our first page in our photo gallery. This homeowner wanted to darken the floor in her master bathroom.
The original color was Walnut. We oversprayed it with Tree Bark and then rewaxed the floor. The homeowner was very pleased!
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