3-30-16- Satin Finish Concrete has been serving the community of Wilton Manors for years! Their most popular project was The Wilton Manors Historical Society.
The Wilton Manors Historical Society was originally formed in 1975. The Society was re-launched as an independent entity in 2002 following periods of activity and dormancy. On November 15, 2002, the State of Florida formally recognized them as an incorporated non-profit organization. There Mission Statement starts off with the fact that they are “To collect, preserve and interpret Wilton Manors history and promote public awareness and appreciation for the rich past of the Island City.” Currently, they are leading the project to restore and re-purpose the mid-1920’s Willingham Carriage House at Richardson Historic Park and Nature Preserve.
Satin Finish Concrete believes in the same ideals and concepts. Restoring historic or modern homes, starting with the floors! The last project in Wilton Manors was the installation of White Metallic Epoxy flooring with added Glitter on the covered patio owned by Tony Falcone. The client was so happy with the outcome, that he has invited anyone whom wishes to see it, to do just that with a cocktail in hand!
SFC specializes in turning ordinary looking concrete into the extraordinary, with their revolutionary flooring systems. Their products protect your flooring investment and enhance it by offering the highest quality floor coatings available to the market. SFC meets industry standards and can conform to any specification. They are committed to delivering nothing but the very best solution for your needs.
Their environmentally friendly techniques for cleaning, resurfacing, and sealing natural and man-made stone surfaces are state-of-the-art and unsurpassed for effectiveness, economy, beauty, and durability.
All of their craftsmen are professional, courteous, and have many years of experience.
Visit their website at www.satinfinishconcrete.com for links to their YouTube and Facebook account with pictures and videos of all of their projects!
Contact Peter Ajello – 954-678-8160 for a free estimate:
By: Elizabeth A. Walk