Before Concrete resurfacing, updating your concrete patio meant tearing out and starting from scratch. Then, you just wind up with the same concrete look. Now, concrete resurfacing promises a new look around your pool, patio, or driveway without the messy tear out. But, is it right for you?
The case for concrete resurfacing
Whether it’s a patio, pool surround, or drive way, the faults and cracks can detract from your homes appeal. But now you have a choice, recover the surfaces without replacing them. In most cases, you can renew the entire surface without having to replace the concrete.
Concrete Resurfacing step-by-step
The process begins with surface prep when cracks that needed to be repaired are filled and floated. Then acid etching opens up the pores of the concrete to accept and ensure adhesion for the new overlay.
Concrete resurfacing does more than just add a fresh look to your existing surfaces. It offers a thicker, more durable surface. In fact, most times it’s twice as strong as the concrete it’s covering.
Whether you choose a stone finish, tile, brick, cobblestone, or even an acid wash look, Overlay processes not only renew the surface of the concrete, but add appeal.