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Concrete Countertops & Elements in Yakima-Tri Cities-Walla Walla

Countertop contractors and photos in Central WA

View these gorgeous concrete countertops from contractors in and around, Yakima-Tri Cities-Walla Walla and Central WA. View photos of artistic and functional concrete countertops they have created. Plus, learn about how they achieve unique looks with the use of color, custom molds, embedded objects and more. For additional information and photos, or to contact a contractor, click on the contractor's company name.

Absolute ConcreteWorks
Poulsbo-Seattle, WA 98370

The lobby walls at the building project were a challenge. The panels were to be made of concrete, but needed to be of a light enough weight to be installed on the walls and still offer the 3-dimensional detail of the design. The solution was to use GFRC (Glass Fiber Reinforced Concrete) to fabricate the panels from, which made them higher strength and lower weight then regular reinforced concrete.

Concrete habitatâ„¢
Spokane, WA 99202

This contemporary residential concrete fireplace hearth, mantel & surround were precast using GFRC. It was colored in 3 different colors with a polished matte finish.

Absolute ConcreteWorks
Poulsbo-Seattle, WA 98370

The countertop and backsplash at the Ferguson's Kitchen and Bath Showroom features the use of multiple colors and stains to create an "agate" look.

The countertop and backsplash were formed using a wet cast method in gray Portland cement, 31 pounds of Portland cement were eliminated by replacing 22 percent of the mixture with fly ash, resulting in an Eco-Friendly Leed certifiable functional countertop surface. The concrete was then acid stained with Padre Brown and faded terrazzo. An exposed aggregate look is featured on the corners of the countertop with an inlaid Brazilian agate and a custom "mountainscape" was created in the backsplash.

Concrete Impressions Northwest
Burbank, WA 99323

This poured in place concrete countertop was created using an Encounter mix. It was stained using Saddle Brown Dye-N-Seal and then an epoxy clear coat was applied for the finish. This countertop is located at a residence in Kennewick, Washington.

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