Concrete Countertop Design Company Now Offers Classes On Making Fake Rocks

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With the economy now in a recession, many home owners are looking for low-cost ways of improving the appearance of their yards. Something Better Co., is now offering a new class on creating fake rocks in addition to their regular courses on concrete countertop design.

Well known for his concrete countertop classes, Bryan Gauthier of Something Better Co. is now announcing a new class on creating fake rocks for decoration. Home owners who are feeling the pains of the recession, but still want to make their homes look impressive, are discovering their creative sides thanks to the company's new kits and training program.

Both casual do-it-yourselfers and contractors alike have enrolled in this new class. Gauthier is pleased to report that some of the best ideas come from the home owners. "I think mainly it's because for a lot of our beginner students the whole decorative concrete concept is new to them and they simply get more excited and put more time and passion into their projects," he says.

Student Julie Larson, "This is an awesome class. Bryan is a wealth of information and experience. He truly cares that you learn and understand each step of the process, and that you can go back to your home or business and successfully complete any number of projects." Using the knowledge that she has learned so far she and her husband have created fake rock planters, a fire pit, and incorporated boulders around their swimming pool.

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About Something Better Co.:
Something Better Co. was founded by Bryan Gauthier, an expert artisan with over 21 years of experience. The company offers the highest quality in all of its products and services such as its series of instructional classes on concrete countertop design and other topics. To ensure satisfaction, the company offers lifelong guarantees on the work they provide. Their adult education classes feature an open door policy so that anyone interested in honing their skills may apply. Students are encouraged to continue their education with the company even after they have completed their courses.


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