Concrete Resurfacing Services We offer a variety of services for your concrete resurfacing projects. Whether your looking to polish a cracked concrete driveway, or want to remove an old epoxy coating from a garage floor, we have you covered. This page will demonstrate the different types of concrete resurfacing services offered by Concrete Resurfacing Brisbane. Residential Concrete Resurfacing Residential Concrete Resurfacing is a great alternative to full scale concrete replacement. It’s also a cost efficient and fast solution that you can do yourself. We will be demonstrating the best methods for prepping your driveway or path to ensure maximum adhesion of new coating, go over the different types of colour hardeners available & demonstrate how to seal and polish your new beautiful driveway. Freshly done concrete resurfacing, this is what you will get from us: Cleaning of the existing surface to ensure a proper bond of new coating. Odourless waterborne Colour hardener applied with advanced equipment to insure maximum coverage & results. Advanced preparation of new surface to ensure maximum adhesion & strength. Application of colour hardener with high pressure machines, twice on large areas. Hand application where needed for a more uniform look. Waterproofing sealer to protect new coating from damage in the future, also making cleaning easier in the future. Polish to remove residue from previous coating(if done in the past) & expose new surface. Coating applied with advanced equipment to ensure maximum coverage & results on new & old concrete surfaces. Commercial Concrete Resurfacing Commercial concrete resurfacing can be the key to revitalizing a building. Today’s buildings are often built with cement which contains various minerals and agents that make them stronger, more durable, and more resistant to deterioration. However, years of exposure to the elements will change the color of your concrete over time and dull its appearance so it. If your building has a lot of ornamental concrete, it becomes even more noticeable. Concrete resurfacing is the process of restoring the look and finish of existing concrete surfaces by grinding off the old layer to expose the new surface beneath it. The most common reason for resurfacing concrete is to simply protect an expensive investment or restore its previous luster – just like the process of refinishing a wood floor. Concrete resurfacing is very popular for all sorts of commercial applications, from hotels, shopping malls and restaurants to airports and hospitals. Whichever project you’re working on, one thing is certain – it’s what’s under that surface concrete that counts! Concrete comes in two general types. The first is known as ‘mass masonry’, which usually refers to large-scale concrete construction projects, such as for building foundations or retaining walls. This type of concrete is poured in place and forms a single solid mass under the surface, which creates a relatively smooth texture when finished. The second type – known as precast construction – involves pouring concrete into a mould and letting it set before removing it from the mold. These types of construction projects often involve various decorative or imprinted textures, which can be applied to the surface of the concrete or even embedded into the material itself in some cases. Concrete resurfacing is a method used by contractors to renew and refresh a previously installed concrete floor that has faded or become damaged due to wear and tear. By restoring the floor surface to its original condition, concrete resurfacing can make even the oldest buildings look brand new again. While complete concrete removal is also an option in certain cases, it’s not always practical or economically feasible for all buildings and applications. Industrial Concrete Resurfacing Industrial concrete resurfacing is an important service for buildings that have a high volume of traffic such as airports, hospitals, schools and shopping malls. Since these buildings are often used by many people daily, the floors in them need to withstand heavy foot traffic. However, if they are not properly maintained they can crack or deteriorate leaving rips on the surface which can be tripping hazards. When this happens, it is best to hire a concrete resurfacing company like Concrete Resurfacing Brisbane to perform refacing services for buildings in the area. Resurfacing industrial concrete floors is the process of removing the top layer of damaged asphalt, or old and dull looking concrete flooring, draining it off at a sewage plant and replacing it with new concrete. The removal of the old surface is typically done by using jackhammers to chisel the old surface and breaking it up into small pieces. This chipped-off debris is then removed from the premises and disposed off at a proper location, most commonly a sewage plant. Excess can be scraped or flushed off as opposed to mechanically sandblasting it away. The process of removing excess concrete material uses hand tools such as jackhammers, and chisels. It is cheaper to remove the excess cement by scraping, as opposed to blasting it away. It is much easier to demolish an existing surface by using a jackhammer than trying to break up the concrete with hand tools such as hammers or sledge hammers.