Concrete Countertop Training Classes – How to Make Concrete Countertops

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  • “Ben Ashby’s Concrete Countertop Process” has, until now, been kept a tight secret. Over the years, quite a few people have inquired if the process was being taught. Until now it has never been available outside of Ben Ashby’s own studio. Offers of $10,000 and even $15,000 were made by countertop contractors to learn the system, but to no avail.

    We now bring to you the ability to become a “Concrete Artist” 

    With “Ben Ashby’s Concrete Countertop Process”  you will have the know how to make: Concrete Countertops in many styles, Concrete Fireplace Surrounds, Mantles, Hearths, Concrete Showers and Tub Surrounds, Concrete Tiles, Flooring, Stairs, Concrete Window Sills, Stove Niches…

     

    Concrete Countertop Training Workshop Daily Outline
    This us a 3-day hands-on course . We actually make a small kitchen onsite – from template and design to pouring to final sealing and installation. We give you all the information you need to create a business completely from scratch. No previous experience necessary! The class puts an emphasis on artistry and design techniques. Days are full in order to finish a complete kitchen in less than 3 days, so you get your money’s worth. You will also create your own sample completely on your own, that you are able to take with you if you choose.
    Day 1
    • Templating
    • Artistic design and seam layout
    • Form building
    • Difficult natural seam application
    • Integral sink
    • Undermount sink blockouts
    • Mixing and pouring
    • Vertical surfaces
    • Mottling and veining techniques
    • Finishing and curing
    Day 2
    • Stripping molds
    • Preparing and initial sealing of concrete
    • Detailing concrete
    • Understanding our mix designs and reinforcing methods
    • Sales and advertising techniques
    • Applying secondary sealers
    Day 3
    • Final sealer application
    • Countertop installation
    • Designing and building fireplaces, backsplashes, stove niches, showers, and furniture
    • Troubleshooting Q and A

    Utah Class Schedule 

    2017 
    Jan 4-6 | Feb 21-24 (Advanced Class) | Feb 1-3 | March 1-3 | April 5-7 | May 3-5 | June 7-9 | July 12-14 | Aug 9-11 | Sept 6-8 | Oct 4-6 | Nov 1-3 | Dec 6-8.

    The cost to enroll in the 3-day class is $1,695 or $1,195 for the 2-day class. Class size is limited to ensure a meaningful experience, so register early.

    Each class is limited to 15 people.
    RESERVE YOUR SPACE NOW! To enroll, complete the form below or to contact a sales representative, please call us at (801) 224-1347.
    The price of the class is a value when you consider:

    All the know how to build a complete Concrete Countertop Business from scratch
    Technical support directly from creator Ben Ashby
    Product support from StoneCrete Systems
    Class can pay for itself in as little as one job
    Costs less than other classes teaching this many products

    “Ben Ashby’s Concrete Countertop Process”
    is very easy to learn and requires no polishing, saving cost on expensive polishing equipment, supplies, and labor. Register today to learn the secret to making concrete countertops look like natural stone with decorative molded edges. Our 3 day Training Workshops are limited to 15 people per class so reserve your space early.

    For more information contact office@stonecretesystems.com
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