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Polished concrete at CBI in Punta Gorda Florida

Posted on 25 September, 2015 at 14:18 Comments comments (3)
A recent project in Punta Gorda, Florida-Cheney Brothers Inc.(approx.9,000 square feet of dyed and polished concrete)
Challenges-No water, limited lighting and electric, no a/c, leaking roofs and high winds sweeping through the jobsite!
Finish-800 grit dyed and polished concrete

New stained terrazzo floor by Weird Science Concrete

Posted on 8 July, 2015 at 22:27 Comments comments (0)
Among the finishes we offer at weird science concrete is terrazzo staining. If you have an old cement terrazzo floor and it has a lot of stains or damage,or maybe you just don't care for the color,don't give up on it. These pictures illustrate the drastic change we can make to old cement terrazzo floors. You can still see the stones because the stain mostly affects the areas between the stones,allowing the beauty of a terrazzo floor to show through. And if the terrazzo just isn't your thing,then we offer concrete overlay systems that can be applied over the terrazzo that may better suit your taste.

New polished concrete floor by Weird Science Concrete

Posted on 8 July, 2015 at 22:21 Comments comments (0)
While you're in downtown Sarasota check out another floor recently installed by Weird Science Concrete at the new Campbell Custom Cabinetry showroom at 1544 1st street. Weird science concrete installed black polished concrete floors throughout the space there. For some of the best cabinets that can be found anywhere go see them as soon as you can. On top of having an awesome product they are some of the nicest people you will ever meet. Visit they're website at:

New stained concrete floor by Weird Science Concrete

Posted on 8 July, 2015 at 22:15 Comments comments (0)

Go check out the floors at the new Hydr8 Sarasota location on 1539 2nd street in downtown Sarasota.They are stained a light walnut brown with a clear epoxy finish. The concrete was covered with tile and covered several times over the years and has a lot of character. Check out the Hydr8 facebook page t see what they offer!

New stained concrete floor at Hydr8 in downtown Sarasota

Posted on 8 July, 2015 at 22:00 Comments comments (0)
While you are at the Hydr8 location go next door to the new Adrizer location to see their floors,also installed by Weird Science Concrete. They are also a stained concrete,dark gray with a clear epoxy finish. -check out what they offer at- It's located just next door to Hydr8 which is at 1539 2nd street in downtown Sarasota 

New job

Posted on 13 June, 2014 at 12:00 Comments comments (0)

We have been waiting for 3 years to grind the paint of this floor. An older condo from the 60's, it has paint, cracks,carpet glue and tack strip holes that have to be addressed. We will return to finish the floor after drywall work and some painting is done. The floor will be resurfaced with a colored cement microfinish and sealed with a low gloss , low VOC sealer.

Stay tuned for updates...

Moldy wood floor "after" picture

Posted on 10 May, 2013 at 18:13 Comments comments (0)
Here's the "after" picture picture of that moldy wood floor after I labored and toiled for 2 weeks! It polished up nicely. Also color was added several times to achieve the gray and brown look. This concrete looked really cool I thought. Many spots had exposed aggregate coming through to add more character. This floor has an 800 grit polish. Most of the polishing was done wet.

Tear out your (m)old flooring!

Posted on 3 May, 2013 at 8:07 Comments comments (0)
Tearing out a wood and tile floor.Lots of mold under the wood due to water creeping in from the exterior windows. We are hoping to do polished concrete if the floor lets us. There's a ton of holes from carpet tack strips as well as random holes in the center part of the floor so its taking awhile to prepare this floor.

New project-Skimstone colored concrete

Posted on 26 April, 2013 at 12:16 Comments comments (0)
 Here are few pics of a recent project finished in Brandon,Florida. It was a 3 color design in the Skimstone product. The floor was in absolutely horrible condition prior to resurfacing.

Floor maintenence

Posted on 3 January, 2013 at 17:58 Comments comments (0)
Stripped and refinished a  concrete floor today...this floor is now over two and a half years old. It consists of 4 thin layers of cement,a clear sealer and a sacrificial wax coating. This system that we offer is one of the most attractive,unique concrete floors available.