Elements Concrete Design of Maryland

Elements Concrete Design Visual Concrete Maryland

Visual Concrete Artists

Elements Concrete Design of Ellicott City specializes in artistic floor applications using Duraamen industrial coatings, concrete overlays, stains, dyes and sealers. In addition to their flooring business, they fabricate custom countertops, vessel sinks, benches, tables and tile.

The business is run by artisan Brian McLeod, a 20 year veteran of the artistic concrete business. Brian originally was partner with Visual Concrete Design of Maryland. In recent years Brian has completed 250,000 square feet of acid stain projects and another 750,000 square feet of overlays.

Brian provides not just an application business but brings provides the art of decorative floor design to each of his clients, designers and architects. A large portion of projects completed by Brian are high high end luxury homes, retail stores, restaurants and Class A office space throughout Maryland and the Washington DC corridor.

Elements Concrete Design Visual Concrete Maryland

Duraamen Industrial and Polished Concrete Flooring Products are designed to provide labor saving and long lasting flooring solutions. Talk to an expert about your flooring challenges...Please Call + 973 230 1301 / eMail Us

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