Concrete Resurfacing , spray paving is the process of restoration, beautification or preservation of an existing concrete surface. The safe & affordable method of concrete resurfacing completely transforms any boring, old or tired concrete surface into a decorative breathtaking finish.

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    After-Concrete ReSurfacing
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Can it be applied to Pebblecrete?

Serving its original aim to create an anti-slip surface, Pebblecrete is now outdated, boring and a thing of the past. Combining an anti-slip surface with modern spectacular designs, absolute cost effective when compared to other alternatives, concrete resurfacing is the best way to replace your old, stained Pebblecrete surface, offering you countless options with color and design.

Can it be applied to existing Stenciled Concrete?

The application to existing stenciled concrete is similar to that of pebblecrete as it requires multiple base coats to cover and achieve a level smooth surface. Furthermore if the existing stenciled concrete has any sealer, paint or any other product on the surface, it will need to be professionally grinded as our product must adhere directly to the concrete. Unlike other contractors, Sydney Wide Spray Pave take no risks and will carry out every task to provide a high quality and professional service that will last and not just look amazing. We are fully equip for every job site scenario to achieve optimal results.

Our Quality Decorative Concrete Resurfacing System can be applied on:
  • Plain concrete
  • Plain concrete
  • Stenciled concrete
  • Stamped concrete
  • Stained concrete
  • Pebblecrete
  • Exposed aggregate
  • Tiles
  • Pavers and more…
And is recommended for application on existing:
  • Driveways
  • Patios
  • Entertainment areas
  • Pool surrounds – ideal if you have children, as it is its an anti-slip textured coating
  • Pathways
  • Garage floors
  • Roadways
  • Internal flooring and more…
The Concrete Resurfacing Procedure Outlined:
  • Grind entire surface to remove (if any) sealer, paint, old spray crete or any existing product from the surface
  • Chase any existing cracks in the concrete in preparation for repair
  • High pressure wash with acid to etch surface making it more porous
  • Fill in cracks with the latest technology repairing agent
  • Apply one coat of primer, this acts as a critical bonding agent as well as keeping moisture from entering the concrete
  • Apply base coat using our flexible concrete resurfacing system (depending on surface, more base coats may be applied i.e stenciled concrete, pebblecrete etc may need up to 4 base coats at times,) Most base coats are applied with a squeegee or trowel rectifying all defects and leveling the surface. The base coat is the colour of the grout lines. This can be any colour you desire
  • Entire surface will be grinded with a rubbing block removing any lines caused by troweling or squeegee application
  • To prevent any over-spray, the area surrounding the work site will be masked up
  • A standard or custom designed stencil pattern will be laid
  • First coat is sprayed on using our flexible concrete resurfacing coating
  • Second coat is sprayed with a special technique acheiving an amazing textured finish
  • All masking paper will be removed
  • Two coats of resurfacing sealer will be applied, this will protect the surface for years to come and will give it an amazing look
  • Final touch-ups and all rubbish is taken away
  • There are other steps taken in between the above mentioned procedure

Concrete Sealing

Concrete may need challenging maintenance. Concrete surfaces may corrode or be liable to stains even with the best of care. These things happen not due to an owner’s lack of attention but as a result of concrete usual wear and tear even when the best of maintenance is delivered. Damages to concrete surfaces can be greatly reduced by utilizing a concrete sealer.

Concrete sealers play a role in sealing and repelling. Sealing your concrete will prevent dirt particles making their way in the pores of the concrete surface, repelling will also help redirect various contaminates, therefore protecting your concrete surface for years to come. Sealing your concrete surface will keep it protected against harmful ultraviolet rays, variable climatic changes, and other harsh outside elements.

Concrete sealer will also protect your concrete surfaces from moisture as well as every day wear and tear that it may be open to. Sealing your concrete will prevent water from penetrating into the concrete which will help decrease the risk of cracks and water related problems such as the growth of mold, moss, and mildew. Furthermore concrete sealer will guard the concrete surface and protect it against corrosion and chemical spills.

There are two concrete sealer options to choose from.

  • Clear concrete sealer.
  • Colour tinted concrete sealer (25 colours to choose from)

The clear sealer is a great option for concrete surfaces that you are happy and satisfied with the appearance of such as existing spray paving, stencil concrete and stamped concrete etc.

The colour concrete sealer is the better option when you feel like changing or maintaining the colour of your existing stamped concrete, stencil concrete or spray on concrete, also if your concrete surface is stained, worn out, faded or just needs uplift. The colour tinted colour sealer really improves the appearance of your home and increases its overall value. The great thing about concrete sealer when applied professionally is that it soaks in the concrete pores unlike paint which sits on the top of the surface causing it to flake of in the near future.

If concrete resurfacing isn’t within your budget, then definitely sealing your concrete is the next best thing if you want to achieve protection and beautification of your concrete surface.

 

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Concrete grinding is the process of grinding the surface of any given concrete slab to remove any defects, to level the surface, floor preparation, to remove existing old spray crete applications, to remove any sealers, paints, epoxies or as a design of its own.
This process can be done either wet or dry. Dry grinding is a cleaner alternative to wet grinding although wet grinding is a quicker process but much messier as dust extractors are attached when dry grinding minimizing the mess and dust.
This service is ideal for contractors preparing the floor for their various methods of coatings namely other concrete resurfacing applicators who would rather seek external services to handle the task of grinding sealer or paint prior to resurfacing.