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Decorative Concrete – Tuscan Slate Antique Chocolate Interior Flooring Lake Ozark

Hey this is Rick with custom, concrete design in Lake of the Ozarks Missouri. This week we’re over here in Eldon, we’re gonna be working on this kitchen dining room area. In here we’ve got to take and pull up this linoleum here, and this is basically their little office area right here, not sure what that area there’s for washer and dryer kind of a laundry room office area.

So we’re gonna pull all this up and do this whole area as well, and here’s, their dining room area can ‘ T really tell how good it come. Gon na shape the concrete’s in just because mainly we’ve got it still crying.

What what’s here, we’re gonna grind it off grind it down, grind it off and then kind of see what’s underneath this glue, I may have some cracks. I know there’s already a couple little spalled areas that we’ve got to repair, but we’re getting the ground down.

Now I still got to go around all the edges and pull up that linoleum there and then in here we ‘ Ve got some quarter-round that we ‘ Ve got to pull off the baseboards because we’re gonna. Do this entryway here into that closet there, so we’re gonna get started.

Okay, I’m gonna make this one real, quick. We basically have the prep work all done all the grinding cracks repaired. Spall’s! Carpet holes all of its repaired so right now we’re, just mixing up some concrete and we’re gonna put on our.

I should place slow it down a little bit. We’re gonna put on our first base coat, but, as you can tell it’s ready to go nice clean, you know we had all that linoleum that had to be pulled up and glue, and so we had a couple Of days of prep work, but you just never know when your opponents, you know another flooring off at the top of your concrete which what you have below.

So we had to give this a couple days: uh two days of prep, so first bucket of base coat dark, chocolate is down at the kitchen, dining room is done and laundry room is done, but we got about half the kitchen and there’s.

Ever stopped, so we’re mixing up a bucket now – and I finish this out. Okay, we got this job complete came in here. We had to pull up some linoleum find everything down, get all the glue off make some repairs.

Some pop marks pulls back, got it all up there, a couple of base coats down little dark chocolate and that’s, the dark you’re. Seeing and then we get a Tuscan, suede texture finish, and then we sprayed it down with an antique chocolate stain and yesterday we came in and came in and put a clear coat of the epoxy over the top of it.

It’s, a nice high-gloss epoxy. They’ll, not shine more to fast 20 reflections along. If you guys are watching this on youtube. Please subscribe to my channel, like the video hit that little thumbs up down there.

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This week we’re over here in Eldon, we’re gonna be working on this kitchen. Dining room area in here we’ve, got to take and pull up this linoleum here, and this is basically their little office area right here, not sure what that area.

There’s for washer and dryer kind of a laundry room office area, so we’re gonna pull all this up and do this whole area as well, and here’s, their dining room area can’T really tell how good it come. Gon na shape the concrete’s in just because mainly we’ve got it still crying.

What what’s here, we’re gonna grind it off grind it down. Grind it off and then kind of see what’s underneath this glue I may have some cracks. I know there’s already, a couple little spalled areas that we’ve got to repair, but we’re.

Getting the ground down now, I still got to go around all the edges and pull up that linoleum there and then in here we ‘ Ve got some quarter-round that we ‘ Ve got to pull off the baseboards because we’re gonna.

Do this entryway here into that closet there. So we’re gonna get started. Okay, I’m gonna make this one real quick. We basically have the prep work, all done all the grinding cracks repaired. Spall’s, carpet holes all of its repaired.

So right now we’re, just mixing up some concrete and we’re gonna put on our. I should place slow it down a little bit. We’re gonna put on our first base coat, but, as you can tell it’s ready to go nice clean, you know we had all that linoleum that had to be pulled up and glue, and so we had a couple Of days of prep work, but you just never know when your opponents, you know another flooring off at the top of your concrete which what you have below.

So we had to give this a couple days: uh two days of prep, so [, Music, ]. First bucket of base coat dark, chocolate is down at the kitchen, dining room is done and laundry room is done, but we got about half the kitchen and there’s ever stopped.

So we’re mixing up a bucket now – and I finish this out: [ Music, ]. Okay, we got this job complete came in here. We had to pull up some linoleum, find everything down, get all the glue off make some repairs.

Some pop marks pulls back, got it all up there, a couple of base coats down little dark chocolate and that’s, the dark you’re. Seeing and then we get a Tuscan, suede texture finish, and then we sprayed it down with an antique chocolate stain and yesterday we came in and came in and put a clear coat of the epoxy over the top of it.

It’s, a nice high-gloss epoxy. They’ll, not shine more to fast [, Music, ], [, Music, ] 20 reflections along [, Music, ], [, Music ] – if you guys are watching this on youtube. Please subscribe to my channel, like the video hit that little thumbs up down there.

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Decorative CONCRETE PATIO Resurfacing | Antique STAIN Lake of the Ozarks

Hey: this is rick with custom, concrete design and lake of the ozarks. This week we’re over in porto sema and it’s. On the other side of the lake, we’re, going to go ahead and start grinding.

This area right here getting set up for the grinding. What we’ve got here is concrete paint and we ‘ Ve got to take that off before we put our overlay on it. The concrete’s in pretty good shape.

I don’t, see any cracks or anything there might be a couple hairlines we’ll, see once i take and grind this concrete paint off of here, but you know the concrete’s in really pretty good shape. The paint bubbled up in these areas here and you can see where it’s chipped off, but it’s.

It’s mainly out here in the screened in area. It’s, pretty good. We’ve got to take all that off. First, all right. This job in portusema is [ Music, ], complete [, Music, ], so [, Music, ] foreign [, Music, ], [, Music, ], okay, just a little bit outside this screened in area.

To do right here on this outside lip just a little strip about three inches wide. I don’t know how long, but it’s nice and clean. We’ll go out here to the outside deck. I’m gonna try to keep it out of the sun because it changes the way this looks so i’ll.

Show you the area here in the shade, and maybe a quick glimpse of in the sun over here. The rest of it looks like in here underneath the shade, but that sun just changes the way it looks so go buy that real, quick, [ Music ].

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Basement Floor Makeover

😎 Basement Floor Makeover I don’t know how many I’ve done, but I did enjoy doing this one.

it was a pretty average floor, had to remove some tile and thinset nothing major, but we got the entire floor ground down and started the base coats, then texture coat.

We came in with 2 Acid Stains – Umber and Brown, after each coat of color went down I went in and tweaked it out, ammonia rinsed it, let it sit for a few days with fans came back and added out Clear Epoxy…..BOOM 💥💣

Enjoy!

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Decorative Concrete Condo Deck Tuscan Slate Texture Brown Antique Stain | Lake of the Ozarks MO

Okay this week we are in Greenview Missouri by the hurricane deck and Lake of the Ozarks MO, today were gonna start on a condo deck luckily for us its on the ground level and will be on the backside of the complex working on this screened in patio concrete has a few cracks nothing major the complex itself is fairly new so we have some great concrete to work with and another nice view of the lake.

So first step with this concrete is to prep it up meaning open up the cracks grind the surface which opens up the pores of the concrete to get it ready for our overlay. Once the cracks are opened up I’ll go ahead and fill them and then grind them down flush with the rest of the concrete, now the cracks are filled and ground down were just gonna go ahead and grind the rest of it cleaned it up the best we can with a shop vac and then pressure wash it.

The next step is putting down the base coat we are going with a dark chocolate color as our base, that goes down pretty quick so we went ahead and put down a second base coat.

Now were ready for our top coat which is can be a Tuscan Slate texture which will now give this concrete some depth and will create a nice design for the stains in the next step.

Right now we have to prep off the screen and the inside walls with paper, mix up our antique stain pour it into our pump up sprayer and spray this out randomly most likely I will need 2 maybe 3 coats I would say the third coat will be more of a highlight coat where I just kind of spray here and there to get the marbleization that I’m looking for.

Once I have the antique stain applied and the marbleization that I’m looking for I’ll let it dry and move on to the next step will be the next day and will come in and remove the paper get it cleaned up and ready for sealer, so I always come in and put two coats a sealer on the next day this allows the antique stain to fully dry and just give me that look them after. The first coat of sealer usually gets absorbed very quickly, however the second coat is what I like to call the money coat and it really allows the color to pop and gives it a great shine.

I would say that this Brown antique stain along with our Tuscan Slate has to be one of our more popular floors that we do our client was extremely happy with it and it brought in several more bids from those that live in that condo complex, enjoy the video on this post and the rest of the videos on my page under the video gallery tab be sure and check out the picture gallery as well and all the other information on this website.

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