Super-Krete Blog

Overcome Common Application Challenges of Concrete Color Staining

Posted August 2nd, 2016 by Jon Holwitz Jr. in General Blog

As an applicator, coloring may be daunting or even overwhelming. Many installers can expertly and comfortably install the various material applications – such as stamping an overlay, installing a smooth floor or even a simple broom finish – however, staining concrete is another story

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Navigating the Wide Selection of Polymer Overlays Over Concrete Substrates

Posted August 2nd, 2016 by Jon Holwitz Jr. in General Blog

While cement-based overlays have been around for decades, many of the systems widely available today blend polymer resins with cement, sand and other additives to create a highly durable, attractive and easily maintained flooring overlay systems to be used over concrete

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Decorative Concrete Trends: 4 Methods to Get the Faux Wood Look

Posted July 7th, 2016 by Tracey Lackovich in General Blog

One of the hottest flooring trends today is a faux wood look. Just walk through your local hardware store and see the various wood tiles available. Creative applications are also plastered across social media sites. For years, the only way to achieve a wood texture in concrete was stamping

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Tips to Price Your Flooring Project for Success

Posted June 21st, 2016 by Tracey Lackovich in General Blog

Pricing a job can be challenging, whether you’re running a start-up or a seasoned pro. There are many variables to consider when it comes to product and system selection, and balancing your customers’ needs, wants and budgets. To price your jobs fairly and accurately (and profitably), consider these tips: Determine Whether the Surface is Coatable Not all concrete surfaces are the same and not all concrete surfaces can be coated

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