Concrete Resurfacing

When concrete is in very bad condition cosmetically, the easiest way to repair the concrete is by resurfacing it. Concrete resurfacing involves: grinding the concrete to acheive a proper surface profile so the material will bond to the existing concrete, we then apply a base coat, and then a smooth coat or another base coat (depending if you want it rough or smooth).

The patio we worked on this week had a lot of things wrong with it. The first thing was it was very rough with a lot of pits that had to be repaired. We then ground the concrete to prepare it for the resurfacing material and to even out the construction joint where the two slabs butted up to each other. After resurfacing the concrete, we applied a stain and sealed the concrete. Once the patio was sealed we came back and re-scored the construction joint and filled with a self-leveling polyurethane.

Before Resurfacing & Staining

Before Resurfacing & Staining

Resurfacing Concrete

Resurfacing Concrete

After Resurfacing & Staining

After Resurfacing & Staining

After Staining With Mocha

After Staining With Mocha

 

 

 

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