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  • 1.Advanced Floor Coatings

    Serving the Kennewick, WA area

    For over 15 years Advanced Floor Coatings has been providing the highest quality commercial / industrial applications of interior and exterior coatings, as well as concrete polishing and staining. Our

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06/25/2013
By: kentsue.smith
Land Fx Inc
Gabe did a great job on our outdoor kitchen countertops. He was a pleasure to work with. They completed the work on schedule, was always on time, maintained an orderly work place throughout the process and for the cost we had agreed to. Gabe was a real help as we worked to select the colors for the countertop - he prepared several example slabs so that we had the chance to see what the final product would look like.I would have LandFxInc do any of my decorative concrete work in the future and whole heartily recommend them
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Resurfacing, where a contractor removes and replaces the top layer of concrete, is a middle ground between multiple patch jobs and a complete replacement.
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