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Blog series by ConcreteLady consisting of 3 parts so far

Part 1: Concrete Basement Floor

02-06-2019 09:56 PM by ConcreteLady | 2 comments »

It’s been about 6 years or so since we painted our basement floor. We used a dark brown color as to attempt to hide any of the spills or footprint tracks and all the other things that happen in life when you have two dogs, two kids, and a very large basement bar. Since then there has been plenty of traffic and plenty of changes. We’ve added some carpet over top of it, moved countless pieces of furniture, and of course, have played and played and played on it. I guess you could...

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Part 2: Garage Floor

02-08-2019 07:31 PM by ConcreteLady | 6 comments »

Okay so, I was a little torn on if this post should be considered “indoor concrete” but…considering it is an extension of my house and has a roof over it, I’ll go with it. Of course I’m talking about the concrete garage floor. So, here’s the thing with the concrete in the garage…there is no traction what-so-ever. It is scary basically all winter long, and pretty much through the spring, and I guess anytime there is any weather. Or spills for that ...

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Part 3: Pole Barn Floor

02-15-2019 11:37 PM by ConcreteLady | 0 comments »

The pole barn floor is weirdly my favorite kind of indoor concrete. There is just something about hanging out in a really big pole barn that gives you that warm cozy inside, but still enjoying outside feel. And the floor doesn’t have to be anything fancy. You don’t need some crazy stamped concrete pattern, but just a nice white brushed concrete finish to make the pole barn all it needs to be. With all the different kinds of equipment that you can park on that slab, its always ...

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