Photo Courtesy of J&W Lumber and Mendocino Forest Products If you’re thinking about installing a new patio cover for your outdoor space, you might be wondering about the differences between aluminum and wood patio covers. Both look stylish, protect against the weather, and won’t break your bank. So, which is right for you? This quick article will compare these two […]
Before the winter snows arrive, homeowners can take time now, during the early autumn weeks, to tackle much-needed do-it-yourself projects around the house. For those with cracked concrete, old and slippery garage floors or deteriorating concrete patios, pool decks and more, Daich Coatings has the solutions to help halt the slide into disrepair. Fall Fix #1 Get the jump on […]
Judy and Bob Dulovic love their backyard. Now, after applying RollerRock® to the patio, pool deck and walkway, they love it even more. Originally built in 1986, the in-ground pool is the focal point of the Dulovic yard. In 2008 the family added a beige coat of RollerRock real stone coating from Daich Coatings to the concrete surfaces in their […]
Daich Coatings, manufacturers of durable real stone coatings, has introduced three new colors to its popular SpreadRock® granite stone coating line. The new Mocha, Anvil and Ice Grey colors add richer, darker color options to the real stone coatings selection. SpreadRock has exceptional decorative and protective benefits when applied to concrete, masonry and other surfaces. The coating can […]
Bagged Concrete to Cubic Yard Quickdraw Working with concrete can create a bit of anxiety, no matter how big or small the job—whether you’re placing a slab, leveling out a space for a patio or setting posts. The first and most important step for any concrete project is to work out the volume of concrete needed – which isn’t always […]
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