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Jason Gomes, Masons Creations Maui

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National Spotlight!!! 2015

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RockMolds.com was recently featured in the March Edition of Landscape Contractor Magazine, “Textured Concrete, Hawaiian Style”. This was from an install on Maui from Nov 2014. It involved creating a large lava paver driveway, stepping stones, and staircase. We utilized our go-to Hawaiian Stone stamps: LS201F, LS202F, LS203F, and LS204F , colored with our Tru-Tint water base stains, and sealed with Heal & Seal Deco to give a multi-colored, realistic effect! The link to view online: http://www.landscapeonline.com/research/article.php/20375  or: http://landscapecontractor.epubxp.com/i/475699-mar-2015  

Tina Ortiz Landscape

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Aloha David, I spoke to you about a year ago and asked for some clarification on the instructions we received with our concrete stamp kit.  You mentioned that you would love some pictures of before and after.  So I’ve attached before and after pictures.  I think you’ll agree that our retaining wall turned out amazing.  We have gotten so many compliments on our creation and I think you’ll agree that it looks like lava rock. […]

Blaze Guidry’s Water Feature

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RockMolds.com featured in Landscape Contractor August 2012

RockMolds.com featured in Landscape Contractor magazine August 2012 starting on page 22. http://landscapecontractor.epubxp.com/i/77439

RockMolds.com on Concrete Decor 7/09 cover!

Check RockMolds.com out on the cover of Concrete Decor magazine, June/July 2009 issue! A recent pool project utilizing RockMolds.com concrete stamps are showcased in the water feature editorial: www.ConcreteDecor.net

RockMolds.com makes 2009 Top 10 Most Creative Projects!

Concrete Driveway Has ‘Hawaiian Eye’ Appeal Located in Haiku, on the Hawaiian Island of Maui, this home features a spectacular concrete driveway, entryway and other hardscaping with the look and texture of the natural lava rock indigenous to the area. But this lava did not come from the island’s legendary Haleakala volcano; instead, it came straight out of a concrete mixer. Read about this driveway and view 17 photos of the process:http://www.concretenetwork.com/ugc/top-10-2009.html

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