Every GPT Construction counter top is completely custom and one of kind. All of our counter tops are hand formed giving each one its own unique characteristics. We use only top of the line acid stains and penetrating sealers on our counter and bar tops. This ensures that you will never have to worry about pealing and flaking that can occur with other stains and sealers. Each of our acid stained counter tops are skillfully executed to yield the best result.

We use Acid Stains to create soft, earth tone color shades on concrete surfaces to create various effects. This technique is ideal for counter tops because acid stained concrete surfaces are easy to clean and require little maintenance when properly sealed. Acid Staining is a cost effective alternative to more expensive and less durable counter top materials such as tile, granite and stone.


The above counter top features a Saddle acid stain. On this job we dilute the stain to create this beautiful looking counter. The way Geoff trowels and burns certain areas contributes to each counters originality.


The above counter top uses a blend of colors to achieve this exotic look. First we put down a base using Aged Leather and Buck Wheat. Then we topped it off with Espresso and Black Foot creating this rich look with great dimension.


The above countertop features Aged Leather. Notice how this single color process can look like two or three colors were used.


The above counter top features our Red Wood acid stain.


The above counter top is stained with Rusty Brown.


This earthy blend features Aged Leather followed by Neptune, Espresso and Sun Baked Adobe. This photo was taken while the counter was wet to help show off the colors.


The above counter displays one of our personal favorites. We blended Kodiak, Aged Leather and Espresso to compliment this beautiful backyard getaway.


The above counter top comes off really deep with layered colors. We started with Buckwheat then followed up with Aged Leather and Redwood. Topped it off with Kodiak placed throughout.


This counter top above was stained with Buckwheat diluted then full strength to give it depth. We laid some Kodiak veins to break it up.


The above counter top was stained with Redwood sea sponged then we melted some Espresso into the mix and sea sponged that. Really nice look like granite with out the maintenance.


This counter top is at our local supply yard and is a swirl look. Aged Leather, Buckwheat, Espresso and Kodiak. One of our favorites.


The above counter top has a fire color pallet. Lots of layered colors for this deep look. Redwood, Buckwheat, Espresso and Kodiak.


The above counter top is another angle of the previous. Lots of layered colors for this deep look. Redwood, Buckwheat, Espresso and Kodiak.


This counter top above was stained with Buckwheat diluted then full strength to give it depth. We layer some Kodiak veins to break it up.


The above counter top is a real simple stain that really shows of the imperfections in the counter top. Redwood with some Buckwheat.


This photo above is another angle form the previous counter top to show the edging. Every top is hand formed and completely unique. Redwood with some Buckwheat.


The above counter top is simple but unique. Layered w/ three different colors for this pallet. Redwood, Buckwheat, Espresso and Kodiak.


The above counter top is really busy with lots of colors for this deep swirl look. Aged Leather, Espresso, Buckwheat and Kodiak.


The counter top above really shows how we can get different looks when desired. These colors were blended to give the look of granite, Buckwheat, Aged Leather and Espresso.


This counter top above has a nice sleek look and not to busy. Aged Leather and Buckwheat.


This is another look at the previous counter top to show the colors in different light. Aged Leather and Buckwheat.


The counter top above is a close up of a nice blended pallet. Aged Leather, Buckwheat, Espresso and Kodiak.


This counter top above we tried to mimic the center of and old tree through the main serving area. Then tapered the colors off from there. Aged Leather, Espresso and Kodiak.


This counter top above has that flowing lava feel. The earthy tones are used through out all are tops but the blending and placement is where we can get that very unique look. Aged Leather, Espresso, Buckwheat and Kodiak.