DIY concrete countertops

Cortland Boys, bone white with glow ribs



Central New York's Premier Concrete Artisan……CALL 315-458-4112
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Do It Yourself-ers want to learn more about the how to’s of concrete countertops?

Stop by our studio and ask about our seminars.  See the process in motion and the products available.  And, let your creative juices flow!

Learn how to create a pre-cast concrete countertop for kitchens, vanities, and BBQs.

Build your first project at our shop with our guidance and our tools.  We will help you create your work of art by helping you build your mold, mixing your concrete, casting, polishing, and sealing your concrete project.
Imagine building your very own countertop without having to purchase any expensive tools or worry about finding the space in your garage to cast and polish your work of art.

The cost for this unique service is $550 plus materials used.
(average material cost is around $25 per square foot)

Workshop are schedule based on your schedule.
In other words we are there when you want us to be there. Workshops can be scheduled for any day, evening or even weekends.

Workshops are one on one or small groups of no more than 4 people.
(Price is per family.)

Workshop Outline:
(we discuss various concrete mixes, pre-cast vs. cast in place, different finish styles, and more)
Day 1 – Discuss your project options and ideas, build your mould, cast the project. (6-8 hours)
Day 2 – Remove mould, fill voids. (1-3 hours)
Day 3 – Begin polishing, fill voids. (1-3 hours)
Day 4 – Finish polishing, seal project. (1-3 hours)

For more information call 315-458-4112

(NOTE: DIY-ers are responsible for their own measurements, templates, and transporting completed countertops.)
  • Zac's project is bone white with a grind and polished finish
  • Zac
  • Zac's finished countertop
  • Bob taking his home
  • Cortland Boys, bone white with glow ribs
  • Laura and her helper's project is bone white with a grind and polished finish with recycled glass
  • Laura's countertop
  • Laura's countertop - project is bone white with a grind and polished finish with recycled glass
  • A few guys from making a cool sink
  • fresh out of the mold
  • Ben and Jada
  • The Burke family
  • The Burkes - Double bowl vanity using chocolate and bone
  • Finished sink
  • Jim making a table top
  • Finished table top
  • Brian and Sue making a sink
  • Brian and Sue's finished sink
  • The Whites
  • The Whites
  • Brian and Sue's Kitchen
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