Tag: Stained Concrete

Hawaiian Pool Deck in Endura Cool Stain

Hawaiian Pool Deck in Endura Cool Stain   All Things Flooring of Hawaii sent us these wonderful photos that he did recently of a pool deck for a customer in Ewa Beach. Before, this pool deck was outdated and discolored. It was not something that was worth looking at.  However, EnduraCool took care of all of that by renewing this old slab of concrete into something beautiful!   They began by cleaning the surface of the concrete with a pressure washer to remove all

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Definitely Dapper in EnduraCool

Definitely Dapper in EnduraCool Jason Trihey of Dapper Surfaces in Rochester, MN sent us these before and after pictures recently of a job in EnduraCool. Before, the surrounding concrete was worn, outdated and the color really didn’t accentuate the exterior of this modern home.  Jason and his team did a great job staining this patio and the surrounding areas.  They used EnduraCool in Medium Gray (276) and EnduraStain in Light Gray (275) and Charcoal (206).   By alternating colors, Jason and

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Hooters in EnduraCool – Las Vegas

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Hooters in EnduraCool – Las Vegas, NV         When most people think of Hooters, they think of chicken wings and waitresses, not hotels and pools.   That is why A.C.T, LLC. was commissioned by Hooters Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas to revive their pool deck.   Ken started the 14,000 sq. ft. project by power-washing and using Mean Klean Eco Acid to prep the surface.  Then used EnduraCool in two custom colors, Custom Green Tint and Moonshine to stain the concrete.  

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Antler’s Bridge – Cal Trans Hwy. 5

Antler’s Bridge – California The extraordinary overpass bridge in Sacramento, CA was commissioned by Cal Trans to both Jerry Stuart and Jim Currie, Certified NewLook Installers, to stain.  It is located on Highway 5 and it is remarkable the time and effort that these contractors and their crews put into this large project.   When we asked Jim about the project, he said, ” The bridge people did all the blasting with walnut shells and water blasting.  After

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