Interior - Sink
Exterior - Driveway

Interiors & Exteriors


For any interior of your home, sophisticated  finishing techniques combined with color allow you to design dramatic effects that rival any natural stone, tile, or other high-end finish. And its inherent strength and durability make it a long lasting value. Some interior applications include the following:

Concrete for Floors

A concrete floor offers nearly limitless designs, colors, and finishes. Concrete can be uniquely designed or naturally colored to blend seamlessly with other elements in a room. And with recent advances in polishing equipment and techniques, contractors can grind concrete floor surfaces to a smooth, high-luster finish that never needs waxing or coating. Concrete floors offer:

  • Everlasting beauty
  • Easy cleaning and maintenance
  • Durability to stand up to heavy foot traffic 
  • A good alternative to carpet for people with allergies
  • Thermal properties to store and radiate heat. Embedding radiant heating elements in a concrete floor provides a comfortable, more even heat that is easier to control and more economical than many gas forced air systems.
  • A cooler floor in summer to help lower air-conditioning costs.
  • Flexibility – carpet or wood can be installed on top of the concrete slab.


Counters and Sinks

Kitchens and baths can be enhanced with vibrant accents for counters, integral sinks, and backsplashes. Finished surfaces offer all the beauty of natural stone, yet deliver all the strength and durability of concrete with little maintenance. Choose from a wide variety of colors and finishes for a totally custom look. Or leave it a natural grey for its inherent beauty.



Concrete’s strength, ease of maintenance, and long service life have long made it the best choice for driveways. Adding color and other decorative options creates beautiful effects that can enhance the value of your home. Concrete driveways are practical and economical, too.

Concrete driveways offer a number of benefits:

  • Strength and Durability
    With the proper installation and yearly maintenance your driveway should last more than 30 years. Concrete is designed to resist the effects of freezing and thawing as well as extreme heat.
  • Cost Effectiveness
    The initial cost of concrete is compatible with other pavements. And its durability and low maintenance save money in the long run.
  • Easy Maintenance
    Simple spray sealers once a year and the occasional power wash will be enough to keep the concrete in great condition. Avoid using chemical de-icers during the winter months, especially the first year. Use sand for traction.
  • Environmentally Sound
    Concrete is made with renewable resources, can use recycled and waste materials, requires less energy to light and can be totally recycled at the end of its service life.