The biggest question we get when consulting with our clients is, “can you fix the problems and restore this concrete?”
Your concrete may not be in a good condition. Things like age and other things such as improperly compacted concrete, wrong mixes, bad placement procedures, or inadequate concrete mix may have led to the current problems you are experiencing.
You may be thinking, it’s just a piece of old concrete, just live with it, but no matter how often we are told not to judge a book by its cover or to ignore the telltale defects, as people we are attracted to aesthetically pleasing surfaces and put off by dirty, worn out and damaged surfaces.
If your concrete doesn’t look good, it may not mean the concrete is bad, ripping and replacing the concrete is not the only option. You don’t need to start over, these problems can be resolved and that old, drab looking concrete can be turned into a decorative feature on your property rather than an eyesore. You may be surprised, a concrete restoration solution may just be what the concrete needs.
Restoring your concrete will save time, money and the environment. A concrete restoration process removes the general and hidden expenses and surprises and the old concrete surface can be transformed into a feature that showcases your property.
As homeowners, we are all houseproud to some extent and are aware of the importance of how our houses look, not only for its real estate value but also for the sake of keeping the home in good condition. It’s easy to see from the garden if someone owns their home or is just a renter. Don’t let your home look like a rental!
Concrete restoration can give your concrete surfaces a new finish without the hassle of a complete replacement. With a concrete restoration project, you get far more decorative options to choose from so you can customize and get the look you want. Contact us today for a free consultation.