The Process of Concrete Resurfacing
Concrete is one of the strongest and longest lasting materials known to man, but it doesn’t last forever. After being exposed to the elements, traffic and general wear and tear, your concrete can start to show its age.
These are the steps we take to make the concrete on your Nassau County property gorgeous again.
Cleaning. Every resurfacing job begins with a power washer to remove all the dirt and grime so that there is nothing contaminating the new layer from underneath.
Repairing the cracks. To even out the surface, any cracks are primed, reinforced and covered with a polymer for an even, beautiful surface.
Repairing the holes. Just as the cracks have been filled in to make sure that the new surface is smooth and even, any holes are filled with an epoxy mortar.
Covering the surface. After all the necessary repairs have been made, the surface is primed and covered with a spray-on polymer concrete, which is then finished with a trowel.
Coloring and sealing. Decorative coloring is applied as per your request and a coat of sealant is added to protect the new surface from the elements.
Curing. For the next 48-72 hours, the concrete surface that we have resurfaced cannot be used. If it is, it can ruin the progress we have made and we’ll have to start over.
Though the concrete resurfacing may sound complicated, 911 Homesavers LLC’s contractors have an extensive amount of experience resurfacing concrete and we can guarantee that this is the fastest and most affordable way to make your concrete look stunning once again. For a free quote on how much it will cost to resurface your concrete, call us today at (718) 812-9042.