Thinking about expanding my concrete horizons to include concrete floor finishing as
well as concrete countertops and table tops. Hmmmmmmm, basically the same
process of grinding, filling, sealing, just on a larger scale. However, due to this larger
scale it means I can’t use my current finishing practices and tools. I have to buy new
equipment and supplies to accommodate this new venture and of course this
equipment is a little pricey. I could get a loan, rent inferior equipment, buy on time from
a certain company I found…… what to do? I read long ago that it’s better to have not
enough capitol versus an over abundance because when you just pay cash you’re not
being creative and there’s no sense of urgency. Seems I’ve always have been
undercapitalized all through my business life. I’m thinking this new direction can only
help my concrete business, right? I’ll keep ya posted.
Finally, after complaining to anyone who'll listen to me, I may have found a new home to create my concrete projects! It's kinda far from home but what are my options? I could pay way too much per square foot for commercial space and be close to home, or I can suck it up and get busy creating, pouring and polishing. No more excuses for not getting something poured for someone and installed. No more polishing under a canopy or palm tree in the vineyard 😩, yay😏.
So, hopefully very soon I will be setting up shop and getting busy, and muddy.