The new year is here, and it’s time to start thinking about what upgrades you want to do to your home. But instead of the dread that comes with ripping out the old, and installing the new – keep in mind that an “overlay” is a true overlay. Real limestone applied on top of existing surfaces, curated and finished to your specifications! You wouldn’t believe it, but the home displayed below was once a color combination of red and dark red traditional brick. This customer wanted uniqueness. They wanted to live in a work of art, rather than reside in a simple looking house.

The devil is in the details. Crushed limestone, true limestone, is mixed with water and sprayed on to existing brick exterior. Once the limestone has had time to dry a bit, the color infusion process comes into play, and finished with a hand-carved approach so that no two applications can possibly look the same.Below are just a handful of endless examples how how custom each application can be approached. The uniqueness down to the carving look and individual colors are all up to you!

Limestone resurfacing is like magic in three ways –

1) High visual impact

2) Completely custom

3) it is applied over existing surfaces.

And lastly, keep the low-cost high-quality factors in mind. Limestone resurfacing by Cre8stone can literally rejuvenate your home into one that looks like art – and the drive-by appeal will amaze your entire neighborhood.

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  1. Joe Hall on March 25, 2020 at 10:16 am

    I appreciate you touching on how this is a low-cost way to get a custom look for your home. My partner and I are trying to do some renovations around our home this month so that it looks more modern. I love the idea of using liquid limestone to help our home achieve that look that we want so badly.

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