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MADE IN THE USA

MADE IN THE USA

Dear Industries, Per request, we have been advised that it is very important we certify to the mortar industries, architects, developers, consultants, etc. that all proprietary ingredients that produce the final liquid and dry products manufactured by...

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Stamped Concrete

Stamped Concrete

Project: Kel-Crete Industries’ Stamped ConcreteSubject: Kel-Crete Premium Liquid Admixture: Our Patio/Pool Area Demolition Our contract with the concrete contractor  was to remove all existing concrete that we did ourselves twenty years ago using our...

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EPA Standards

EPA Standards

Subject: EPA Standards; Kel-Crete Industries’ HistoryDear Architect:There is no other admixture that can make the following statements, and support them with independent testing and a project history like Kel-Crete Industries’ products can.Kel-Crete...

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Star Wars Galaxy Edge

Star Wars Galaxy Edge

Subject: Kel-Crete Premium Liquid and Dry admixtures. As usual, each morning I have my coffee and read the newspaper. Today’s morning news really got my attention. Disney Corporation announces its grand opening of the Galaxy Edge Theme Park, the largest...

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Freeze/Thaw Climatic Results

Freeze/Thaw Climatic Results

As we see the trees begin to bud and the early flowers blooming we also begin to receive phone calls that go like this: “My plaster/stucco is having additional cracking and white stuff (efflorescence) dripping down the walls in a number of areas on my...

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Stucco Wall Before and After

Stucco Wall Before and After

We completed our new plaster/stucco wall which meets EPA Leeds and Carbon Footprinting standards. Please review the “Before” and “After” photos. One can also build a wall out of metal studs instead of wood studs, but we had to repair the existing wall. Not...

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New Plaster/Stucco Wall: Final Phase

New Plaster/Stucco Wall: Final Phase

Please reread “New Plaster/Stucco Wall”. The long and short of it is that we got, and paid for permits that were not necessary. We got the same look that we wanted in the original block wall with a ½” plaster/stucco specification. As expected, the...

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My Plaster Stucco Wall (continued)

My Plaster Stucco Wall (continued)

Phase II: Original Fence Repair Permit We were informed by the city that IF we repaired the existing fence we would not need a building permit. Being an ex-plaster/stucco contractor I started thinking how I COULD REPAIR the existing fence. The...

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My Plaster/Stucco Wall

My Plaster/Stucco Wall

Phase I: Permits For approximately three months we tried to obtain a building permit for a new block stucco wall to replace a 25-year old plus wood cedar fence. The new wall was to be located in the same place and the same height. The old wall...

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