Out in Bassi Ranch, near Avila, I was ask to help knock down the glarefrom the white concrete on this rear patio. Not only did we get rid ofthe glare but I was able to achieve a much better look more color and variation. Another great ‘before and after’!
A new front redo started with all new concrete at 2379 Parkland Terrace in San Luis Obispo. A new set of landing steps and driveway – as well as walks. Brian and Brooke opted for a sandstone base color with terra cota and saltillo
red secondary colors. The nieghbors were impressed with the smooth progress and that we kept their street and adjacent areas Clean!! Very important to keep everyone smiling.
1231 Portasuello Drive – right off Las Positas – For Mike Zissner and Ursala Lamberti – we created a Slate drive in lightly contrasting tones that complemented their home color and flowed with the natural native stone colors. Diagonal saw cut squares on 4 foot centers were centered off the driveway entrance.We used a dyeing process to creat a 12 inch border around the entire driveway area in a slightly darker contrasting color. Some of our commotion riled a nieghbor , but we made it work for all and completed it on schedule.
911 tune up. We were ask to tune up the water -stained and damged stained floor. Originally installed in 2004, this floor has undergone repeated flooding and moisture problems. We were honored in being able to fix and beautify the floors before the artwork comes in. A truly beautiful place (789 W. Main street) , in the village of Cambria.
This was a very complicated project. A few years back a local concrete contractor installed this stamped concrete driveway. Great stamp work , but sadly the color work was lacking. After several sample colors were applied , the colors were found that tied into the owners house colors and the new paver patio being installed. Both base colors were enhanced with gray secondary colors that gave the patio and drive new dimension. It was a struggle at times, but we prevailed and the results are striking. El Viento is up in the Ventana development off James way , by the 4th street exit. This drive went from the ugliest in the neighborhood to a showplace. The owners and I couldn’t be happier with the outcome.
8/13/10 This is the first of 3 new walkways for the student housing at 825 Boysen Dr. in San Luis Obispo. We removed old patios and walks and came back with scaled-back walkways to allow for more landscaping and lawn. We did the work on a short turn- around to allow students to start moving in. The owner was very pleased because we were able to provide a beautiful color make up and detail for about 2 to 3 dollars a square foot less than the contractors who are ‘part time’ stampers. Better result for a lower price. We are starting on the next phase 8/16/10. Everybody’s happy with this.