Fireplaces

Concrete Overlay for Large Stone Fireplace

This was a challenging job as the one fireplace upstairs had huge stones and protrusions that would make it harder to cover with plaster. We designed a system of covering this fireplace using reinforced EIFS fiberglass corner beads, EIFS Mesh, a special cement and glue primer, as well as a lime and sand basecoat, cement …

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Concrete Overlay Fireplace

This fireplace is a combination of 50% hydraulic lime and coarse marble, and 50% white cement and coarse marble, along with a tint additive to create the concrete color. This particular product creates little air holes in the finish, has a stamped overlay after an initial full wall application, and has a very light compression …

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Old World Plaster Fireplace in New Home Build

This is an old world fireplace install in a brand new home in Coquitlam. An Old world finish usually means it is having small holes or rips in the finish exposing the layers beneath, or it can be other finishes that all have some sense of inconsistency among them. Again we were given a paint …

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