After you've settled your estimate price and figured out that you want concrete/what type you'd like, the templates are the first step in the manufacturing process. Someone will be sent out to your home or commercial/industrial property to take measurements and make a plywood template of your desired home improvement in question.

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Upon completion of your templates, they are brought back to the factory so that we may start making the form (mold) to pour your piece. If you require no seams and the piece is very large, or if by some chance it is impossible to make it without doing so on site, we will create the forms on site and pour the pieces there so that the install is nice and easy. This ensures you get exactly what you ask for.

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Upon completion of the pouring phase of the forms, we begin the process of sealing and finishing the piece. If your piece is made in the factory, this step is already completed before installation. If your piece was poured on site, it will have to be sealed and worked on before it is complete and then installed.

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When re/modeling any part of your home, settling for anything less than exactly what you want should not be part of the deal. At Concrete Surfaces NJ, customized color, texture, design & details are all a part of the process in making exactly what you want your concrete countertops to look like. Concrete is more customizable than other solid surfaces. The colors and textures are endless, you can mold it into just about any shape you can imagine, and it retains the advantages of solid surfaces. There are standard Edge Profiles to choose from and there are edges that our artist can fashion for you… your imagination is the limit.

Concrete countertops reflect exquisite style and a one-of-a-kind design. Contrary to popular belief, concrete countertops do not need to be stain-prone and difficult to maintain. They do not have to “develop a patina”. In the past few years, especially in 2004-2005, concrete sealer technology has progressed by leaps and bounds, and sealer manufacturers are recognizing that concrete countertops have unique and stringent performance requirements with regards to staining, heat and scratching. Most concrete countertops actually behave similar to granite with respect to staining. Granite countertops are also porous and have to be sealed and maintained. Most people don’t realize this, because granite is usually too dark and patterned to show stains. Visit our Concrete Countertops New Jersey Showroom at 890 Paterson Plank Rd. in East Rutherford or call us at 201-507-0437.

Come to New Jersey’s premier Concrete Surfaces Company and enjoy our showroom and picture display ranging from Concrete Countertops to Concrete Fireplaces & Concrete Vanities to Concrete Barbecues. If you think you might want concrete, but not sure if it’s possible, ask us and we’ll let you know all of the possibilities. Floating sinks, hidden drains, custom designs, intricate detail, or Wood Look Concrete. All of this is done by hand guaranteeing that you have a custom piece that will not be found anywhere else in the world matching 100% to what you have.

Please check out our FAQ page for answers to your specific questions.

3 comments on “HOME”

  1. Lisa james Reply

    I am a designer in the Philadelphia area and my clients are interested in getting a concrete countertop for our outside bar. I have all the specs and measurements.Is it possible to give me an estimate today? I’ll send specs as soon as I hear back from you. Please call me if you have any questions. Lisa 610-608-8586. Thank you

    • concrete Reply

      Sorry for the delay, we have been very busy as of late. Someone will call you later today.

  2. Mary Beth Kelly Reply

    I have a client in montclair that has approx. 40 square feet of kitchen counter. Can you give me an idea of how much this would run w/fabrication?
    Mary Kelly

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