• 12/13/2018 by Aaron Szerletich
    Industry Veteran, Todd Holyfield Joins Company as Category Manager, Pigments
  • 12/13/2018 by Aaron Szerletich
    Solomon Colors to Reorganize Salesforce Under New Manager, Gaining Efficiencies and Improving Customer Service
  • 3/23/2018 by Aaron Szerletich
    Tilt-Up Construction allows architects to design practical, strong, and resilient structures. Incorporating color also makes these utilitarian structures visually pleasing. Read more to find out how Solomon Colors integral color and DAY1 Finishing Aid were used to improve an office building.
  • 2/15/2018 by Aaron Szerletich
    Brickform Concrete Dimensions Reusable Urethane Stencils Create New Design Opportunities for Concrete Contractors
  • 2/13/2018 by Aaron Szerletich
    Chris Becker is named the new Director of Technical Services for Solomon Colors. He will lead the efforts around contractor support, training, demonstrations, and technical documentation.
  • 11/27/2017 by Aaron Szerletich
    DAY1’s primary function is as a finishing aid. It uses advanced colloidal silica technology to improve finishability. The colloidal silica helps form more cementitious material. This reaction makes it easier to finishing the concrete, reducing drag on the tools and increasing workable time. After the slab has been finished, however, DAY1 continues to have positive effects.
  • 9/28/2017 by Aaron Szerletich
    The Brickform StampApp is now available on Windows! Just visit for the free download.
  • 9/28/2017 by Aaron Szerletich
    A mortar’s color makes a huge difference in the final appearance of a brick wall. After all, the mortar can make up as much as a quarter of the wall’s surface! But many people underestimate the effect mortar color has. That is why we developed our SGS Mortar Color App.
  • 5/8/2017 by Aaron Szerletich
    The advent of retarding agents make exposed aggregate a more attractive design option. In the past, exposed aggregate finishes were achieved by broadcasting stone over wet concrete and pressing it in or by removing (mechanically or with acid) the surface of cured concrete. These were labor intensive and/or yielded inconsistent results. Chemical retarders eliminated these concerns. They prevented the cement reaction at the top of the slab and making it easier to remove the paste. This process was further simplified by retarders with set depths, such as Surface Deactivator.
  • 4/25/2017 by Aaron Szerletich
    As always, has the free premium Professional Profiles. The Professional Profile is the best way to promote your business. Each Professional Profile effectively gives you a free website, with your own page, an “About” section, and a photo gallery. This is an excellent tool to promote your business because potential customers can see your work and read about you. Best of all, the Professional Profile is, and will remain, free.
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