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Table of Contents

Concrete Facts and Decorative Concrete Effects to Spice Up Your Home
Concrete Slab vs. Pier System: Which is a Better Foundation?
Curing Concrete: Three Points to Ponder before Mixing
Test Your Metal: Why Metal Roofs are Gaining Popularity in Homes
What is Wainscoting and Why is it so Popular?
Clogged Gutters
Decked Out: Ten Things to Consider Before Building Your Outside Deck
When Using Pavers Instead of Wood Decking Makes Sense for your Patio
Garage Door Replacements: Can You Do It Yourself?
Fencing in Your Future: Which Fencing Material is Right for You?
Taking Sides: The Pros and Cons of Vinyl Siding
Five Things to Watch Out for When Installing: An Antenna or Satellite Dish on your Roof

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Concrete Facts and Decorative Concrete Effects to Spice Up Your Home

When a person thinks of concrete art, they usually envision a child’s handprint in a slab of wet concrete. While this is cute, this is not the basis of age old concrete art. Concrete really is the making of various home decors and materials used to spice up your home. Countertops, sculptures, fountains, bird baths, and even whirlpools can be made from concrete. Tabletops and fireplace hearths are often made of concrete as well. You would never know, however, and that is the fun of it. It is a type of art.

For example, whirlpools and countertops have a look of marble. However, many of the marble looking countertops are really a form of artistically engineered concrete. Most people would never know the difference.

There are many aspects to this form of art. For instance, there are many colors to choose when deciding to purchase concrete art. Black, gray, brown, dark blue, green, are some of the colors. These are enhanced by one of three different finishes. Those types of finishes are named as follows:

• Deepground
• Softground
• Troweled
These are three different concrete affects that at texture to any surface in your house.
The texture and color accompanied by at least eight different edging styles. The following is a list of eight different edge types:
1. Back level
2. Bevel
3. Pencil
4. Standard
5. Double Bevel
6. Agee
7. Bullnose
8. Double Round

Care of the concrete unit is very simple. It would include the following techniques:

Rewax periodically. Wax once within 2 months of the installation, and once every 3-6 months after that.

Make sure spills are wiped up quickly. This will ensure no stains. Mild soap without ammonia 2

or other abrasive chemicals is recommended. Stone soap can be purchase for ongoing conditioning of the surface.

Felt or rubber feet pads are recommended to go underneath objects place on the surface. (Ex: unglazed ceramic pots). This will help retain the coloration of the concrete surface, and reduce the chance of scratching.

Make sure a cutting board is used. Cutting on the surface can scratch it.

Note that the finish of some types of concrete art has natural cracks in them. This is not considered a factory defect, but rather a normal part of the texture. Keep this in mind when shopping for a concrete countertop, sink or other piece of concrete art.

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- Year Released/Circulated: 2014
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