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Concrete Resurfacing | How to Make Concrete Wood Lake Ozark MO

Okay, this is Rick with custom, concrete design Lake of the Ozarks Missouri. This week I am in Lake of the Ozarks Missouri on the bagnell, damn strip at T LaFata’s Salon. This is my wife salon and the coming weeks I’m, going to be doing the entryway and a metallic epoxy, but this week I’m just working on this little slab here.

Obviously I already started the grinding there’s, a crack. I’m gonna have to repair there. I’m gonna get the rest of this grinding run, put a base coat on and we’re gonna tape out up wood pattern, so it’s.

Gon na gonna be wood planks and we’ll stain it make it look like wood and then we’re going to seal it down alright. Well, we got the pattern down. What I did was, as I did four inch planks. Orange width and then six inch width and then just kind of staggered, the length of it, and once we had the pattern down just sprayed over a basically what I call a tack coat, what it does is it seals that tape kind of locks, everything in so You know my next coat that goes over the top of it being that it’s.

Gon na be a different color. We don’t want that color to bleed up underneath to taint the tape and get on to our dark grout. So we put a tack coat down to basically seal that tape. You can kind of see the pattern all right.

We got this project finished up here at T the FATA salon, Lake of the Ozarks. I just finished up a Facebook live video, so if you guys are, if I’m friends with you on Facebook, be sure and tune in to my live videos.

Get notifications for those live videos. That way, when I do these things, because I’ve been doing more and more of them on each job for each step, but on this particular job. You guys know what we did, because you watched the previous videos, but we did the coloring yesterday and and then seal it up yesterday afternoon really turned out nice.

So you really can make concrete look like wood there. You go six-inch planks, four inch planks. All staggered different links and then I use three different colors. I use Bart Brown and an amber, and then I used those two colors to make.

My third color really turned out nice, though it’s, got some great texture to it. Give you a little bit more of a close-up here, made some not holes nail holes if you guys are on my youtube channel, make sure you get subscribed.

So you don’t miss any of my videos hit that little like button. If you liked the video leave me a comment, if you like the work, make sure you get subscribed as well, you don’t want to miss these videos because there’s, gonna, be some pretty cool ones coming up.

If you got any questions about this, that maybe I haven’t addressed in my videos here, leave me some comments below and I’ll get back to you with a reply. I don’t, give everything away necessarily on the video cuz.

Then it just makes it too long, and I really don’t. Do any how-to videos, although I could I don’t, but I may do some of those in the future. See you guys on the next project. Oh by the way below this, video will be probably a couple links one to my facebook page, so hit that and go like that page.

If you like my work, the other one is a link to my website. You can check out all the videos and all the projects I have before-and-after photos of all of them, so go check that out it’s, WW custom, concrete design, dot info.

Of course, the links are below so just click those and we’ll, see you guys on the next project: [: Music, ], okay. This is Rick with custom, concrete design Lake of the Ozarks Missouri. This week I am in Lake of the Ozarks Missouri on the bag, damn strip at teyla, father’s so long.

This is my wife salon and the coming weeks I’m, going to be doing the entryway and a metallic epoxy, but this week I’m just working on this little slab here. Obviously I already started the grinding there’s, a crack.

I’m gonna have to repair there. I’m gonna get the rest of this grinding run, put a base coat on and we’re gonna tape out up wood pattern, so it’s. Gon na gonna be wood planks and we’ll stain it make it look like wood and then we’re going to seal it down alright.

Well, we got the pattern down. What I did was, as I did four inch planks. Orange width and then six inch width and then just kind of staggered, the length of it, and once we had the pattern down just sprayed over a basically what I call a tack coat, what it does is it seals that tape kind of locks, everything in so You know my next coat that goes over the top of it being that it’s.

Gon na be a different color. We don’t want that color to bleed up underneath to taint the tape and get on to our dark grout. So we put a tack coat down to basically seal that tape. You can kind of see the pattern all right.

We got this project finished up here at T the FATA salon, Lake of the Ozarks. I just finished up a Facebook live video, so if you guys are, if I’m friends with you on Facebook, be sure and tune in to my live videos.

Get notifications for those live videos. That way, when I do these things, because I’ve been doing more and more of them on each job for each step, but on this particular job. You guys know what we did, because you watched the previous videos, but we did the coloring yesterday and and then seal it up yesterday afternoon really turned out nice.

So you really can make concrete look like wood there. You go six-inch planks, four inch planks. All staggered different links and then I use three different colors. I use Bart Brown and an amber, and then I used those two colors to make.

My third color really turned out nice, though it’s, got some great texture to it. Give you a little bit more of a close-up here, made some not holes nail holes if you guys are on my youtube channel, make sure you get subscribed.

So you don’t miss any of my videos hit that little like button. If you liked the video leave me a comment, if you like the work, make sure you get subscribed as well, you don’t want to miss these videos because there’s, gonna, be some pretty cool ones coming up.

If you got any questions about this, that maybe I haven’t addressed in my videos here, leave me some comments below and I’ll get back to you with a reply. I don’t, give everything away necessarily on the video cuz.

Then it just makes it too long, and I really don’t. Do any how-to videos, although I could I don’t, but I may do some of those in the future. See you guys on the next project. Oh by the way below this, video will be probably a couple links one to my facebook page, so hit that and go like that page.

If you like my work, the other one is a link to my website. You can check out all the videos and all the projects I have before-and-after photos of all of them, so go check that out it’s, WW custom, concrete design, dot info.

Of course, the links are below so just click those and we’ll, see you guys on the next project

Please subscribe to My YouTube Channel and uh like the video. If you like it, leave me a comment. Let me know what you think and hit that little bell, so you stay subscribed to my videos. Uh links are below to my facebook page and my website, where you can get more information.

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Decorative Concrete Patio Resurface Lake Ozark Condo


Hey guys, it’s, Rick custom, concrete design in Lake of the Ozarks. This week. We’re over at Timberlake village. Again Doing this condo unit on the third floor, add a bunch of carpet on it that we went ahead and removed, But as you can see, what’s left behind is a lot of carpet glue.

So we’re gonna go ahead and get started by grinding all that off, get down to the bare concrete Like out here on this deck. There is one crack out there as you can see what we’re gonna go ahead and repair that, And I think there’s.

One right, here. Probably barely see it. This is a cold joint. We’re gonna go ahead and get that ground out open that back up Other than that. The concrete’s really in solid shape.. So we’re gonna get started Alright here’s, one of the cracks that we just repaired Still a little wet.

That was the last place we stopped because we had to fill some in, but right here. It was dry. So we went ahead and ground that down flush, So that is completely repaired there That one’s already been fixed and ground down it’s, another one.

We found working on this one right here, As you can see up there. It’s still not quite done. That’s, where we’ve stopped, and we still have these two more here, one here and one Right here, So we had more cracks when we thought once we remove that glue, but that’s.

Okay, easily fixable. It’s coming right along now. Okay, we got this job done over here. There’s, our flagstone pattern. All right. We’ve finished up this jab over here at Timberlake villages They ‘

Ve got the furniture back on, so we decided to shoot after the furniture is back on video on this one. Everything’s, looking good, They’ve, got it decorated up real nice filled it up Nice outside space, though, looks good.

If you guys are watching this over on YouTube. There please subscribe to my channel, so you don’t. Miss any of my Up and coming videos on my next jobs. If you liked the video hit that like button and leave me a comment, let me know what you think of this particular pattern and this job and Head on over to my site a lot more information there as well, and the link is below this video.

. So Anyways we’ll, see you guys on the next. You [ Music, ], hey guys it’s, Rick custom, concrete design in Lake of the Ozarks. This week we’re over at Timberlake village. Again doing this condo unit on the third floor, add a bunch of carpet on it that we went ahead and removed, but as you can see, what’s left behind is a lot of carpet glue.

So we’re gonna go ahead and get started by grinding all that off, get down to the bare concrete like out here on this deck. There is one crack out there, as you can see what we’re gonna go ahead and repair that, and I think there’s.

One right here, probably barely see it. This is a cold joint. We’re gonna go ahead and get that ground out open that back up other than that. The concrete’s really in solid shape. So we’re gonna get started alright here’s, one of the cracks that we just repaired still a little wet.

That was the last place we stopped because we had to fill some in, but right here it was dry. So we went ahead and ground that down flush, so that is completely repaired there that one’s already been fixed and ground down it’s, another one.

We found working on this one right here, as you can see up there. It’s still not quite done. That’s, where we’ve stopped, and we still have these two more here, one here and one right here, so we had more cracks when we thought once we remove that glue, but that’s.

Okay, easily fixable. It’s coming right along now. Okay, we got this job done over here. There’s, our flagstone pattern. All right. We’ve finished up this jab over here at Timberlake villages they ‘

Ve got the furniture back on, so we decided to shoot after the furniture is back on video on this one. Everything’s, looking good, they’ve, got it decorated up real nice filled it up nice outside space, though, looks good.

If you guys are watching this over on YouTube. There please subscribe to my channel, so you don’t. Miss any of my up and coming videos on my next jobs. If you liked the video hit that like button and leave me a comment, let me know what you think of this particular pattern and this job and head on over to my site a lot more information there as well, and the link is below this video.

So anyways we ‘ Ll, see you guys on the next. You [ Applause, ],

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Epoxy Flooring Decorative Concrete Resurfacing | RV Park Bathroom

Hey this is Rick with custom, concrete design and Lake of the Ozarks, and this week we are off highway, W in Lake Ozark and a RV campground site down here on the lake, and we’re going to be working on this bathroom shower area.

Laundry room right now we’re in the women’s, bathroom, getting ready to start grinding off the floor. That’s. Well, the floor coating that’s on here now I’ll, get it ground down and do all the repairs, but we ‘

Ve got to get this stuff off of here I’ve got the women’s, and out here we ‘ Ve got that’s, just a little laundry room, pretty small, but we ‘ Ve got to take the coating off of all of it and the men’s restroom over here pretty much the same as a women’s, but we’re gonna.

Let you get started and get this stuff cleaned up. Okay, we ‘ Ve got this job over here the RV park complete. We get a little bit of a water leak. There so cut two more eggs on it and put a little cup.

Underneath of this in the hose, so don’t care that that’s, what that is probably one of our more popular chip colors. It’s, just black and gray and white, pretty simple, but you know to come a lot of common colors that go with each other, so just about anything goes with black white and Reina, but it’s.

All sealed up. We’ve got one coat of sealer out now, but I’m going to take this video because we ‘ Ve got a second coat. It’s. Gon na go on and I won’t. Come back to do a final video, but they ‘

Ll have a little bit more of a shine, not a whole lot more for protection than anything. So this is the women’s, restroom shower and then here’s, a laundry room that’s in the center of the building, the smaller they’re gonna be putting shrim back up on baseboard.

We want to vary both. You know the walls prepping the walls so much on this one and we slop it everywhere, which we didn’t a little bit here and there, but it’s all about an inch or so above above the floor.

So the baseboards going to cover like that here’s, an interesting showers. Everything turned out great, so if you guys are checking this out on YouTube, you, like my videos, and you will see more of them.

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Decorative Concrete Epoxy Garage Floor Lake Ozark, MO

All right this week we are any garage in Columbia. Missouri. We’re, going to come in here and grind our surface down. We’ve, got everything set up and ready for that. We don’t have any cracks that need to be repaired on this.

This is a new home construction, so there will be no repairs other than just coming in and do our usual grinding, the epoxy coat will go down. Hopefully, tomorrow we get this thing drowned out today and our chips tomorrow and then a couple days of putting down our sealer over the top of the chips so other than that we ‘

We got about 800, maybe almost 900 square feet. Take care of here we’re, going to go ahead and get started and make it look pretty [, Music, ] all right all right. We got this job finished up here in Columbia, Missouri [, Music, ], [, Music, ], [, Music, ] or just turned out super tight nice and clean good colors nice little shine on [ Music ].

I think our client will be very satisfied if you guys are watching this on YouTube. Please subscribe to my channel. You, like the video hit that like button, you like the job leave me a comment. I’d, like to hear from you guys see you on the next project: [ Music, ],

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Decorative Concrete Tuscan Slate Brick Boarder Antique Taupe Patio Custom Concrete Lake Ozark

Hey this is Rick with custom concrete design at Lake of the Ozarks. This week we are in Westphalia Missouri. We’re, going to be doing this patio right here. It’s about a thousand square feet wraps around the other side of the house over there, but we’re just going to come to this cold joint.

We’re, going to stay to the left side of it. We’ve already started doing the grinding. As you tell there, you can probably see a lot of the white drain marks where we’ve been, but those those are where the cracks are.

How will you guys can see this on a video or not? It’s kind of hard for me to tell exactly where it’s at till the Sun and shadows here, but there’s, some repairs that have to be done right here along this cold joint there’s another pretty good-sized crack right here on the corner.

It’s, not long, but it’s kind of wide. This is probably the worst one that we’ve got this just wraps on around where there’s a couple more cracks over here. You business owners pinning him between a desk and a vehicle show.

This job here in Westphalia Missouri, is now complete. We’ve got our brick borders everywhere, camouflaged our joint lines, Tuscan slate texture, finish: colors are taupe a little bit darker on the base coat a bit lighter on the topcoat.

Then we sprayed it with some antiquing stain same color, taupe spray, the border. All the brick, I should say, sprayed it through our hopper gun and we hand painted quite a few bricks, while we have various colors shine on it, a little bit closer view here.

Take you to my Facebook page. You can check that out and also take you to my website. Entryways. Looking good [ Music ] see you guys on the next project:

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