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Let Creative Concrete glam up your garden and boost your kerb appeal

By Thursday, 25 September 2014 16:25 0

DECORATIVE concrete can dramatically improve and change the appearance of your home, adding kerb appeal as well as value to your property for those wanting to sell this autumn.

Or it can simply help create the outdoor garden space you have always wanted.

Owner Carl Yeates gained 15 years’ experience in the concrete trade before bringing his expertise to Spain. He prides himself on creating and installing decorative pattern imprinted concrete to the highest possible standard and is joined by four highly trained and skilled craftsmen.

Creative Concrete is fully legal and has transformed hundreds of gardens, driveways, pool sides and community areas up and down the Costa Blanca and Costa Calida, with many of their jobs coming through recommendations from previous clients.

Creative Concrete offer an unrivalled service for customers who are looking for a highly versatile and low maintenance product. There is a choice of more than 100 colour combinations and the look of the imprinted concrete can be done to appear like slate, cobblestone, old brick or timber decking.

Each design is custom-made to include artistic shading and bespoke features and comes with a choice of textures, which may be altered to suit the needs of the desired area.

Carl and his team offer a friendly consultation with no obligation, visiting the client at their home to discuss their preferences and offering helpful advice.

They will then conduct a survey of the desired area accounting for technical aspects such as drainage requirements, manhole covers and expansion and contraction joints, before providing an all-inclusive quote.

If you would like Carl and the team to work their magic on your concrete, give them a call today or visit their website to see some samples of their previous work.

Creative Concrete

Tel: 966 180 112 or 647 124 172

Email: [email protected]

Visit www.creativeconcrete design.org

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