Everything we do is by hand, from the mold building and casting, to the polish and fine detail work. When first cast, concrete is in a raw unfinished state that looks great for some applications, but for the more refined qualities of this material it is necessary for us to polish, hone, and seal the surface to achieve the desired appearance. The process begins with design and precise measurements which are translated into our casting molds. We cast the pieces using a variety of techniques and let it cure. Once the slabs have cured, we begin our finishing process which is also done entirely by hand. Once all the polishing and edge details are done, we finish curing our pieces and seal them.
All of our concrete starts with a base color and takes on its color variation by the aggregates used and the polishing techniques in the finishing process. There are a variety of different aggregates we can use in the mix that create certain finishes. Each has their own look and changes the base color in some way. There are endless possibilities to the color, look, and feel we can produce with concrete ranging from natural and grainy looking pieces with chipped edges, to super smooth and refined, and even bright colored concrete to match any pantone exactly.