We specialize in decorative concrete resurfacing but when demolitions or additions are needed to provide a finished look, we subcontract this work out so we can be your one stop shop for all your concrete needs.
Resurfacing products are designed to resurface structurally-sound concrete. Our products have been designed to be used for many applications such as exterior, interior, residential and commercial.
Our resurfacing systems are applied on top of your existing concrete at a thickness of 1/8” up to 3/8” depending on the application. The professional grade products we use are designed to be applied thin.
An average job will take 2-3 days depending on a number of factors including weather, size and complexity. Clean foot traffic is usually allowed within the same day or next day.
As good as our crack repair process is, the forces of expansion and contraction in concrete are so great that there isn't much that can be done to deter it from happening again.
Though we do everything possible by industry standards, from our preparation to cutting the control joints in the correct locations to prevent and eliminate them, we cannot guarantee that a crack will not form over time; however, our product's durability as compared to others is substantially resilent. If cracks do form, it is usually in the form of a hairline, which is not objectionable as it is largely hidden in the texture, pattern or color.
Only if the concrete paint is removed by grinding down the original substrate. Don’t be fooled by the companies that say they can go over paint, as we are constantly re-doing their work when they install over existing finishes and claim that the primer will do the job.
The cost is normally about 30% less than the cost of removal and pouring new concrete and is more eye appealing and easier to maintain than the original cement.
The price depends on a number of factors including the condition of the existing concrete and the patterns and complexity chosen. Each job is unique and its own individual work of art.
Usually normal washing with a hose is all that you will need but for stubborn stains, a soft brush with a mild pH soap can be used. Avoid using acids as they can re-emulsify into the sealer and compromise your surface. Ask your professionals before using.