EcoSimplista is well known for their commitment to quality and innovation, by blending ancient natural organic materials with modern techniques – creating Concrete Countertops. Concrete is appropriate anywhere you might put granite, marble, ceramic tile, laminate, or any other solid surface.
EcoSimplista’s concrete work is based on the skills of a highly trained artisans and their creativity. Each piece is unique and an exclusively hand-crafted, made completely from scratch. Making each concrete countertop a one of a kind work of art, the design is only limited by your imagination.
Comprised entirely of cement, sand, and binders, concrete is a warm natural looking material. Along with color pigments and various aggregates we can give concrete the look, texture, and feel of quarried stone, such as marble, granite, and limestone. However unlike the others, concrete is an incredibly versatile material, able to be formed into complex shapes and designs, taking on character of its own. The surface can be pre-cast in EcoSimplista’s shop or built on site, so that the product can be formed to your particular needs. Every surface is ground to remove the surface skin. This is to expose its strength, durability, and a patina that will enhance over time. All Surfaces are hand polished, producing intriguing variegations in color and textures. Concrete is unpredictable with its imperfections, which become part of its attraction and appeal. Finally the surface is protected with a sealer that renders it smooth and resistant to most stains and spills making the final product a complement to any style or space in your home.
Please call us at 954-565-5900 to discuss your custom concrete countertop or visit us online at http://www.ecosimplista.com/index.php?main_page=indexcPath=4
Eco Simplista – Your Eco-Friendly Home Improvement Company
699 East Oakland Park Blvd., Oakland Park, Fl 33334
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