Concrete resurfacing offers a wonderful way for homeowners to get a spanking new surface at just a fraction of what a new surface would cost. Decorative concrete resurfacing has witnessed a revolution of sorts. Say good-bye to those drab looking old surfaces and replace them with ritzy new ones.
Most people conceive concrete as grey drab slabs and do not realize the potential it has to transform your home.
Whether it is a floor, wall, walkway or a driveway, you can now replace those mundane surfaces by slabs having acid staining, concrete stamping, decorative etching or concrete stenciling. Concrete is arguably the most versatile construction material in the world. It has great structural capabilities as well as can lend a wonderful aesthetic finish. To achieve this exquisite architectural and decorative appearance, you need to do try different ideas on the concrete. This can be in the form of providing special finishing techniques, unique forms, or using uncommon ingredients.
What Is Concrete Resurfacing?
Concrete resurfacing or decorative resurfacing is the process of transforming old concrete surfaces with the help of new technologies to give it a new look. There are many methods available, and it is for you to choose the type you want. You may either treat the existing surface itself or lay down a new surface over the existing one. Whichever way, resurfacing can stunningly transform the appearance of your home.
How Is Concrete Resurfacing Done?
Here are examples of four popular concrete resurfacing methods:
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People now use revolutionary techniques to create attractive concrete surfaces. In addition to stained, stamped, polished and sprinkled varieties, flatwork is also receiving a lot of prominence. Concrete is now worked upon in every possible way. Professional concrete services can polish, etch sandblast and cast during any time of concrete facing.
However, homeowners must first assess whether the proposed surface is acceptable for resurfacing. The existing surface must first be repaired of minor and larger cracks. In addition, the underlying concrete must be sound. Besides, concrete that has severe cracks, or is damaged due to freezing would not be suitable for concrete resurfacing.
Australiasian Concrete Specialists are specialized in Concrete resurfacing and spray paving professionally and promptly. They have, over the past 5 years, concentrated only on spray paving applications and solutions.