Custom Concrete Design
Boutique retail spaces. Hospitality settings. Backyard havens. Rooftop bars. Corporate atriums. Concrete does it all. Whether you are an architect, a designer, or a savvy homeowner, Trueform is ready to take your concrete project to the next level.
The power of artisanal concrete lies in its versatility.
Never has humanity encountered a material as accommodating and useful as concrete. It can be finessed into endless shapes and compositions – each a story of both the creation and its creator. If it's time for your unique story to be written, you’ve come to the right place. Let’s make something.CONTACT US
As a specialty GFRC fabricator, we have extensive GFRC knowledge and over 16 years of experience collaborating alongside the brightest architects and designers on build-to-spec prefabricated concrete projects.
Our mission is to co-create pieces that feel natural, elevate the spaces they inhabit, and make people happy. We hand-fabricate thousands of concrete objects every year, right here in New Jersey. And we do this for indoor and outdoor environments - in both commercial and residential applications.
Custom Concrete Tools & Techniques
Colors & Finishes
Concrete permits endless color and finishing possibilities, making it the ideal material for those with very specific color needs. Choose from our 8 signature colors – each in 3 different finishes. Select one of our stunning Woodform finishes. Or, provide us with any Benjamin Moore color swatch and we will match it.
Colors & Finishes
Whatever finish or color you opt for, take comfort in knowing that your concrete is protected. TRUSEAL is a proprietary, multi-layer coating that Trueform applies to all of our handmade concrete products. Once dried, it forms a hard protective layer on the surface that shields it from staining while enhancing your concrete’s natural color and patina.
Debossing and embossing are methods of casting liquid concrete against a shape or form so that it cures bearing the signature of that shape. Words, letters, logos, images and even other objects can be used to deboss/emboss concrete.
A popular choice for wall panels, sink aprons, fireplace cladding & other vertical surfaces, this finish is achieved by casting liquid concrete against wooden boards. Results vary based on the species, texture, size, and spacing of the wood that is utilized.
Concrete can be chemically etched to make it more susceptible to staining or painting. Stenciling is the process of treating the surface with images, logos, words, symbols, etc. The entire surface is then sealed to capture and preserve the graphic.