According to a post at Concrete Dust, reporting on a post at Groov-E-News, flooring has been steadily profitable for Flooring Consultants, Inc of Sherwood, AR.

Flooring Consultants offer both new construction and renovation of existing floors to transform them into beautiful, low maintenance, long lasting and economical flooring.  Each floor has its own beautiful character, making it a unique, useful work of art.

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Decorative Concrete Engravers Do It Groovy noticed that ConcreteDust reviewed a post by Groov-E-New/Engrave-A-Crete entitled Basketball Court Creator Kit.

The kit contains decorative concrete engraving tools  — Mongoose and Wasp, along with directions for creating a high school regulation sized basketball court on any large enough flat surface.

Decorative Concrete Engravers Do It Groovy writes about blog posts in Concrete Dust and Groov-E-News featuring Coomer Artistic Floors and a flagstone floor done by Coomer in Columbia, Kentucky.

The blog posts follow a case study project which is a stand alone category at Groove-E-News.  Engravers are interviewed and their story and images along with contact information arethe substance of the blog post.

According to Concrete Dust, Decorative Concrete Engravers Do It Groovy has reported that there are some exciting experiences building at the concrete engraving manufacturing company.

Engrave-A-Crete is taking the training seminars for their decorative concrete engraving tools to Melbourne, Australia for the June session.  The dates are available at Groov-E-News and other places.  If you are already ‘down under’, take advantage of this hands-on training opportunity using the specially designed tools manufactured by Engrave-A-Crete, such as the Mongoose 411 cutting unit.

Additionally, the students will learn to use reactive acid stains and pigmented stains to enhance the engraving designs.

Testimonials on the Engrave-A-Crete website stress the value of the hands-on experience of trying out the tools and stains or sealers on actual projects.  The hospitality and positive attitude this company puts forth is another high ranking comment on the testimonials.  Most of the comments are made by students at the training seminars held regularly at the company’s Missouri training facility and headquarters.   The June session for 2010 is the first exception to that policy of holding the seminars at the Missouri facility that was built especially for these training sessions.

Concrete Dust found some interesting information for decorative concrete engraving

Decorative Concrete Engravers Do It Groovy has a post about new information coming down the pike regarding Engrave-A-Crete and ConcreteResurrection.com

ConcreteResurrection.com has been running several discount codes for customers to enjoy as they  learn more about the new online shopping  for concrete engraving supplies and tools.

There was some wondering if people would take to shopping for things like acid stain, pigmented stain, a Mongoose 411 or templates online.  But, they have been doing quite well.  Shopping at a time that is convenient for them. Or using the shopping cart to accumulate their order and be able to run their check list and avoid forgetting things.

The ‘secretcode’ discount is one that is available at all times.  It works for a discount if a shopper didn’t receive an email about a deal.  Or didn’t see a print ad with a coupon code.  Or doesn’t use Facebook and Twitter.   A shopper simply has to enter ‘secretcode’ in the form asking for coupon codes.  The secret part is the changes made weekly.

According to a recent blog post at Groov-E-News, only one coupon can be honored on each order.  A customer can select the best for their needs, either the coupon code they learned about somewhere or the “secretcode”.

Concrete Dust has an update about Engrave-A-Crete’s shopping options

Engrave-A-Crete has added a useful e-commerce option at ConcreteResurrection.com for orders.  The marketing team has been testing shopping carts to find one that works smoothly for both the customer and the admins.

Now customers can buy acid stains, pigmented stains, templates, and other supplies plus some tools by using the online convenience that best fits their schedule.   Engrave-A-Crete has customers in many time zones or who are working during regular business hours.  They can now browse and order when it works best for them, even when wearing their jammies, as noted in a post at Groov-E-News.

A Queens, New York community favored pavers for driveways and patios until engraver Butchie Sapici of Amberdonia came to town. His customer had a driveway in this ‘paver neighborhood’ which contained 20 yr old concrete. You can see the artwork that Butchie created at Decorative Concrete | Cobblestone Driveway | Brooklyn, New York, a post in the official blog for Engrave-A-Crete, Groov-E-News. The European fan cobblestone pattern was engraved in the existing concrete using a template produced by Engrave-A-Crete. Lined with red brick engraving, this driveway fits the community preference and has none of the drawbacks associated with pavers.