To add value to the decorative concrete industry, contractors and consumers by being the industry leader in product knowledge, technical support, training and proven field tested products needed for our customers.
Jason Geiser's journey into concrete began over 20 years ago. While in Vegas, he discovered decorative concrete & at that moment his "why" was clear. He & his wife, Traci started Cornerstone Concrete Designs in '02, Deco-Crete in '06 & DC Products in '18. The organization continues to grow but the mission has never changed; adding value to the decorative concrete industry. Having served thousands of people from contractors to DIYers, to distributors, they & their team are continuously looking for new way to add value to the industry that has inspired & supported them.
Deco-Crete 10 Core Values
- Trusting each other makes us stronger.
- Kill it with service and tech support.
- Positive attitudes lead to positive outcomes.
- Good is the enemy of great.
- We get sh*t done.
- People first.
- We say yes to fun.
- Humble on the outside and confident on the inside.
- If we are not growing and getting better, we are getting worse.
- Stubborn refusal to quit.
Employee Spotlight - Jimmy McKendricks
Orrville Store Lead
Q: How long have you been at Deco-Crete & what is your current job title?
Jimmy: I started at Deco-Crete in January '21
Q: What is your favorite Deco-Crete core value & why?
Jimmy: "We say yes to fun" I think it's important to have fun and enjoy what you do.
Q: What are your top 3 personal values & why?
Jimmy: Integrity: Be true to yourself and stay strong in your beliefs even when it's not easy. Accountability: Be willing to accept responsibility and consequences when things don't go as planned. You must own it and not make excuses or try to pass blame on to others. Relentless and Resilience: I feel these go hand in hand, you need the determination to keep moving forward. Adapt and overcome, we have all been in situations where things don't go right, you must be relentless in your efforts and resilient in your thoughts to be able to overcome everyday challenges.
Q: What is your most useful and most useless talent you have?
Jimmy: Useful talent: The ability to be able to talk to people and in front of people. Useless talent: I can walk on my hands, but not up or down stairs. Been too scared to try.
Q: What's something people would be surprised to know about you?
Jimmy: I have 5 kids.
Q: What are your current hobbies? What hobby would you like to pursue in the future?
Jimmy: I enjoy classic muscle cars and car shows. Hobby that I would want to do in the future would be car restoration.
Q: What skill would you like to learn the most?
Jimmy: Bodywork and have the ability to paint cars and having it look good!
Q: You're having a bad day, what is the one thing that will instantly make you happy?
Jimmy: A bonfire and a beer.
Q: We heard you recently sold your house, tell us how that went.
Jimmy: It was fantastic! I loved very minute of it! (All sarcasm aside) I would recommend it to everyone that I don't like.
Q: I heard that you have a nickname. What is it and how did you get it?
Jimmy: I'm sure there are plenty of names out there for me, some I'm aware of and most of them I'm probably not, which I'm fine with too. There are two that have floated around Deco Crete. Shotgun- Not sure there's a specific story behind it but it may and/or may not revolve around drinking beer. The other one is stallion. This originated in Las Vegas, what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas....Lone Wolf Knows!