Decorative Concrete Company Now Offers Countertop Resurfacing Kits and Training

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Now that most people are trying to save money due to the recession, they are also interested in doing more home improvement projects themselves. Something Better Co. is doing their part by offering adult education classes as well as decorative concrete countertop kits.

Something Better Co. is now announcing their own line of decorative concrete countertop resurfacing kits. Both building contractors and eager do-it-yourselfers are looking for inexpensive home improvement solutions during the recession and company president Bryan Gauthier believes this will be a great help to them.

Over the past year, there has been a trend for home owners to learn how to resurface their own countertops. It is less expensive than hiring a contractor which helps people to save money during the recession. The countertop resurfacing kits now being offered by Gauthier's company allow such individuals to get the same results but at a much cheaper price.

In order to help educate newcomers to the craft, the company is also offering training programs which can be taken in person, through mail order, and even on the company Web site: These programs cater to both the absolute beginner as well as the experienced artisan. "The products and training are very user friendly and I see This being enjoyable for young and old" says Scott Metzger of Made of Concrete.

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About Something Better Co.:
Bryan Gauthier, president of Some Better Co. is an established artisan with over 21 years of experience. Bryan has brought his expertise and independent artistic vision to the decorative concrete industry. His company is involved not only in developing new products but also provides high quality instruction to adults as well. These programs have an open door enrollment policy allowing anyone who is interested in improving their skills to apply.

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