Jeanne Fields

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  • A simple concept such as cutting a line into concrete with diamond blades and reciprocating impactors produces attractive geometric and complex curvilinear forms.

  • The trend to upgrade your garage floor is gaining popularity. This additional space accommodates entertainment areas, second kitchens, and workshops, and homeowners understand that this existing square footage can be the least expensive expansion to their home. Decorative finishes, such as vinyl color flake, quartz aggregates, and embedded images, are being sealed with epoxy coatings, acrylic sealers, and now polyaspartic polyurea floor coatings.

  • Decorative Concrete Project of the Year - Nominees

    Mike Schroer, an owner of Bob's Produce Ranch, wanted a minimum maintenance floor to enhance their fresh food-oriented neighborhood grocery. A grocery store design team representative suggested polished concrete. Schroer investigated, installed the floor, and now hopes to use polished concrete in other stores.

  • Decorative Concrete Project of the Year - Nominees

    We know art because we work with the best airbrush painters in the country,” says Sherri Candland, CFO, ASET, Salt Lake City. “This floor is a work of art without question.” Neil Ohmie, co-owner with Erick Nay of Ky-Kan Coatings, Riverton, Utah, installed the floor that Candland describes as unorthodox.

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