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Award-winning commercial, industrial and residential architectural concrete company providing, Stamped Concrete, Concrete Countertops, Precast concrete, Toppings, Stains, Polishing and Exposed Treatments.
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$1,000 - $9,999
Concrete arts was professional, well priced, and some in a timely manner. They do beautiful and high quality work. Very supportive staff and were able to help answer questions and has a great eye towards design.
March 6, 2016
$50,000 - $100,000
I have worked with Tom Graf and Mike Dougherty at Concrete Arts for over 15 years now. Tom's has assembled a team of craftsmen whose abilities are the best in the decorative concrete market in the Twin Cities today. They are always there when I need them and have exceeded expectations on many projects that were very intricate and detailed. Being a designer, I am only as good as my crew's installations and they are the only company I will use for all my outdoor rooms, kitchens and pool decks. Whether you are looking for an exotic stamped concrete layout or just a standard patio area, the only company you need to call is Concrete Arts.
April 1, 2013
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Commented: CostAbout 85 psf installed. Center Island where stove is, would be figured right thru.
February 15, 2014
Commented: how do you create the edge?it was formed up and cast before the stone was laid. The overhang is usually 4-6" and the stone is tucked underneath once colored and stamped concrete has cured. Thanks!
June 27, 2013
Commented: Hi what colors were used for this stamped concrete pathway, it's beautiful!It was a limestone base color, integral, the borders were a russet color. Thanks!
June 7, 2013
Commented: I'm replacing a vanity with banjo countertop over the toilet. Does anyone still do banjo tops?I don't know what a banjo top is?, are you referring to the ring around the toilet? If you did this in concrete you would have to be a minimum of about 3/4" and it would be heavy. Tom
April 28, 2013
Commented: is this just concrete?Yes, this is concrete! A "European Fan Pattern, with integral color and acid stain accents on stones and border. Please call, or email, if you are interested in an estimate: email@example.com ...
February 9, 2013
Commented: We have a brand new home. The concrete guys ruined our front porch. Then they painted it with latex!!!Ruth, We could certainly do something like this. We would have to grind off the existing paint and then apply a 3/8” thick cementitious overlayment and then color and stamp it. Is there any way you c...
January 23, 2013