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Old 09-11-2017, 10:05 PM   #1
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Concrete Staining and diamond grinding

Hello friends my name is Dalton I live in New Braunfels and own a small concrete staining company. I also diamond grind which is basically shaving a thin layer off the concrete to remove any imperfections such as glue or thinset from tile etc so it can be stained. Getting into concrete polishing. I have a little over 10 years experience in the business. You can visit my page on Facebook @StainedFXConcrete for some pictures i will travel most anywhere i go back and forth to Ft worth a lot so Houston won't be any problem. I have a friend in Cedar Park who's a member on hear i forget his user name but his actual name is Staton Shed I stained his garage and race with him sometimes he can vouch for my work and character. I also know lots of Houstonians that run CMRA with me. If you had damage from the storms and are remodeling give me a call i can resurface the concrete if theres been tile or carpet and get you a nice stained floor for a great price. And if you have new construction my prices and warranty are hard to beat. 8174875008 thanks.
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Interesting. My wife and I had discussed stained concrete, but the slab is in ROUGH shape after we pulled the wood up... looks like they had to put a lot of self-leveling stuff down when they floated it and it looks about like the surface of the moon. I'd be curious to know if there's anything that could be done with it.
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Old 09-12-2017, 02:28 PM   #3
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Send me a few pictures and ill see what i think. The diamond grinding should take all of that off no problem but i don't want it to leave your floor unlevel in areas.
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Old 09-12-2017, 05:27 PM   #4
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so you don't/can't level with the diamond grinding?
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Old 09-12-2017, 09:23 PM   #5
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Dalton did a great job on my garage floor. No complaints.

I would, and do, recommend him often.
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Old 09-14-2017, 02:37 PM   #6
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The only way i know to level is to grind it down. There are products and companies that can lay down a new layer of material thats similar to concrete over the existing floor but thats not a service that i currently offer. Its called an overlay, or a microtop. Microtop is very very thin won't do much good for leveling.
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