For GENERAL & CONCRETE CONTRACTORS
YOU WANT US TO PUT WHAT IN YOUR CONCRETE???
Okay – Just when you thought you were going to pour another grey concrete patio and walkway or pool deck for a client, they inform you that they want their concrete to glow with glow stone.
At this point, some of you will get a little tense about placing something into your client’s concrete that you’ve never played with before… We understand your hesitation but rest assured – IF you have ever done any decorative concrete work in the past where you’ve seeded/broadcasted seashells or colored glass onto the surface of a setting slab and then exposed it – this will be a walk in the park!
Who is Ambient Glow Technology and Why AGT™?
We are the world leader in high performance glow aggregates for concrete. Since developing the current industry-standard – AGT™ Commercial-Grade glow stone in 2008, Ambient Glow Technology remains on the cutting edge of glow stone manufacturing technology.
In order to ensure that clients have access to the most state-of-the-art glow aggregates in the world, we created our R&D division – AGT™ Glow Labs. Since 2008, this department has developed a number of new photoluminescent aggregates and coatings. Most notably in mid 2015, we unveiled the world’s first DIN67510 Part 1 compliant super-luminosity glow aggregate AGT ULTRA™ – which boasts the longest and brightest afterglow in the industry.
Our reputation is as important to us as yours is to you…!
If it was tricky to apply AGT™ glow stone or required special skills and the moon had to be aligned with a certain star constellation… We probably wouldn’t be enjoying such international success. Over the past 7+ years, thousands of concrete contractors in over 38 countries and on all 5 continents have worked with and mastered the basic process of powering concrete with AGT™ glow stone.
Give us a call TOLL-FREE at 1 877 248 8641 and our dedicated AGT™ Applications Team will be more than happy to share their 10+ years of real, hands-on experience applying AGT™ glow stone in concrete and other substrates.