In the world of decorative concrete coatings, Reeves Concrete Solutions has emerged as a leading name, providing exceptional craftsmanship and innovative solutions to transform ordinary surfaces into stunning works of art. With a string of recent successes, this Atlanta-based company has been making waves in the industry, securing high-profile clients and solidifying its reputation as a premier provider of decorative concrete coatings in the Atlanta area.
“After decades in the poured concrete wall business, we were ready for a change,” explained David Reeves. “Looking through options, we found decorative concrete to fit as a good solution for our business to take its next step.”
“To start, we had the idea to be a garage floor coatings company. Now, that has become a very small percentage of our work,” Reeves added. “We started on our own and then family and friends’ homes before beginning customer work. Some of that work really boosted the opportunities coming in, which led to a lot of overlay work, for example, Rustic Concrete Wood and Flagstone.”
Reeves attributed much of their growing success to the support of The Concrete Protector, whose primary focus is helping contractors grow incredible businesses. From their nationally known concrete coatings training to their unique marketing platform, Reeves was able to get all the education and support needed to grow his new business into what it is today.
Reeves Concrete Solutions sets itself apart by offering an impressive array of innovative solutions and customization options to meet the unique needs and preferences of each client. From stamped concrete to epoxy coatings, their diverse range of products and techniques ensures that every project is treated as a distinct masterpiece. Whether clients desire a rustic, natural stone appearance or a sleek, contemporary finish, Reeves Concrete Solutions brings their visions to life with remarkable attention to detail.
Reeves said they landed their first commercial job from a local car dealership wanting 7,500 square feet of epoxy metallic marble.
“This job turned out great, and it took the crew’s fear away from bigger, more profitable jobs.,” Reeves noted. “After that, there were many commercial locations that wanted some work done.”
It wasn’t long before they were hired to do a coating job for a Tesla dealership needing 88,000 square feet of flooring. This job really pushed Reeves and his crew to focus on landing projects that would provide at least 100,000 square feet of coatings work.