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Sierra Stone®


Sierra Stone has been covering ugly concrete and proving its durability throughout North America for more than a quarter century. It withstands the harshness of a Canadian winter, and the unforgiving heat of a Phoenix summer. Whatever the conditions, Sierra Stone is strong enough to stand up to all the extremes that weather can bring, without compromising elegance and beauty. All of this while adding value to your property and saving you the costs associated with pouring new concrete. Hover over the images below to see Sierra Stone cover your ugly!

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Rubber Stone®


Rubber Stone is flexible and is soft to the touch. This creates a cushioning effect to minimize the effects of impact and fatigue from standing, walking, running and playing on this surface.
Rubber Stone consists of small chips of rubber and a polyurethane binding agent giving it flexibility and durability. Rubber Stone is a LEEDS (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) contributing recycled product, which utilizes post-consumer waste by keeping tires out of landfills.
Rubber Stone is ideal for substrates that move or shift, e.g., decks, paving stones, asphalt driveways and concrete.

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EnduraFlake®


EnduraFlake is perfect for the concrete floor in your garage, basement, workshop or commercial space. Its decorative concrete coating works extremely well for industrial high traffic areas that require a smooth-finish working surface. EnduraFlake is ideal in warehouses and airplane hangers where forklifts and other heavy vehicles transit regularly, because it can withstand the same extreme stress as the concrete beneath it.

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