Concrete Counter Tops by Concreteva.com
Stamped Concrete and Concrete Counter Tops
How do these two items go together? They go together in a couple of ways. Stamped Concrete takes a lot of dedication.
First is the pride of our work force. Stamping concrete takes a lot of focus and dedication from our employees to do the job correctly. Details, details, details. It takes a more dedicated stamped concrete finisher to know the plan before placing the concrete. Secondly stamped concrete is decorative concrete and so is this concrete counter top.
So concentrating on the details and knowing that this work will be a finished product in a restaurant in downtown Richmond Virginia gives the guys even more incentive to show off their skills.
We coordinated the Concrete Counter Tops design working with the General Contractor. On each end of the concrete counter top is a semi circle. They protruded so far out that a steel plate and post were incorporated to hold up the counter top. The coloring on the counter top is provided with a stain. The same stain is used in the concrete floor that we also poured.The top is finished off with a glossy sealer for easy cleanup. We as a company are drawn to special projects like this. Not only are they an opportunity to show off our skills and craftsmanship they offer us a challenge or opportunity to learn and progress into each and every project.
Please don’t feel that you need a unique project to call us. We also want to install your patios, sidewalks and driveways.
The restaurant is located in Richmond, VA at .320 East Grace Street. There is a nice article (and the picture of the concrete counter top) on the website here: Richmond.com.
Let me give a special Thanks to MGT Construction from Richmond Virginia for allowing us to do this project with them. For all of you that do not know and would like to know more about it click here: RAPPAHANNOCK RESTAURANT
Please don’t hesitate to call with any questions at 804-261-7778 or CLICK here to fill out our contact form
Very nice work. Did the client request the countertop have the same stain as the floor?
Thanks for writing. Yes the floor and the countertop were colored the same. The difference is, the floor was existing, therefore took the stains differently.