Repairing Stamped concrete or change color of stamped concrete

WE have been renovating and changing the color of any type concrete you may have at your home or business. What used to entail removal and replacement can now be achieved by a simple process of removing sealer or simple power washing then use a concrete dye or stain the is UV protective. We have […]

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Damaged concrete can be repaired.

              We are reminding all those with issues with their decorative concrete that toady it is not always necessary  to remove and replace  your damaged concrete. I recently attended The World  of Concrete in Vegas  and there are materials today to repair most issues with concrete. We have gotten […]

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Make your stamped concrete new again

Today we have multiple ways to either change the color of your stamped concrete of enhance what you have to make it new again. Been repairing and redoing stamped concrete for over 30 years with a perfect record of excellence. We install new and also can repair any issue you might be having with your […]

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Concrete- decorative concrete repairs

Split-rok construction owned and operated by Ted Mechnick for over 30 years is now putting a repair package together for contractors interested in repairing all the issues related Stamped Concrete. It has come to my attention that a lot of bad practices are happening in the industry related poor resealing, poor coloring and in general poor […]

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Inexpensive Stamped Concrete, will cost you later

I am writing this article to make a case for paying a bit more for your Stamped Concrete or other Decorative Products. We have recently been repairing many bad stamped concrete jobs done by others due to our 30 plus years of experience. Haven’t found many that I can’t repair unless so bad that removal […]

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Reseal stamped concrete

Why resealing stamped concrete is not a do it yourself project.

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Repairing damaged concrete and Stamped Concrete

In my previous post I noted that road brin is the culprit of deteriorating concrete this winter. We have never seen so much damage even from rock salt as we are seeing this year. I have done the research and can assure you that brin to melt snow is definitely the issue. I 29 years […]

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