Baltz and Sons Concrete uses proprietary methods of introducing color and texture to our concrete installations. It is important to realize that this is a multi-staged process, where the final outcome can dramatically differ from the appearance during and after each stage. This is especially true of the acid-etch stained surfaces prior to sealing. For the most part, the sealer is what finalizes the color and appearance of the surface, and this stage by far has the most dramatic impact of the entire process. In some cases, if not often, the color resulting from the stages leading up to this point can be, quite frankly, unappealing. Baltz and Sons Concrete realizes that a key component of this process is communication. We will always let you know what to expect from each stage, and more importantly, listen to your feedback to ensure your satisfaction.