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Hey guys, keep checking for up to date info on whats happening with FoxCrete and updates on recent jobs!
We also will post news and discuss current events! Soo keep checking for updates! Thank you 
-Blake Henning

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Scott Henning on Wednesday, January 18, 2012 10:36 PM
I am impressed with the progress of this site, it offers a lot of information. I think you could build site for a living! Keep up the good work. PS water base epoxy is the Bomb!
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Scott Henning on Thursday, January 19, 2012 7:16 AM
Elitecrete bound wish ya could do some mock ups with me! Maybe some Charcoal reflector?
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Scott Henning on Saturday, January 21, 2012 2:58 AM
Elitecrete seminar was the great! We made 9 different mock ups. Brad took us all out to eat on Thurs night and fed us pizza on Fri and as always he is a hoot! Maybe Blake will post the pics.
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Scott Henning on Friday, January 27, 2012 9:47 AM
This Blog is a real challenge. First i am the only one blogging? So i am constantly searching for content. Maybe if we have a subject to blog about this would be easier. We need a narrator.
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Scott Henning on Saturday, January 28, 2012 9:01 AM
If you are thinking about doing a decorative project in your home here is something to think about. 1.Consider removing the existing flooring yourself this will save you money because you will not have to pay someone to remove and dispose of it. Typically general contractors charge a premium for this type of service. They may charge you by the hour and then mark it up or by the job and the mark up is included. If you decided to let a general contractor do this for you make sure you nail him down on a price. There is a lot of Grey here so be careful.

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