Resurfaced Concrete Overlay | Concrete that Looks Like Stone | Concrete Craft

Resurfaced Concrete Overlay | Concrete that Looks Like Stone | Concrete Craft

Thank you for your interest in Concrete Craft
and for your time to tell you who we are and what we do Concrete Craft is leading the way
in the transformation of a plain gray concrete surface to one with a natural stone like appearance
we have successfully applied millions of square feet of resurfaced overlay coatings across
the country our polymer modified overlay resurfacing systems have been created utilizing the best
components in the industry we start with the unique rubberized polymer which allows our
overlay to cure to compression strength just under five thousand PSI Concrete Craft applies
a proprietary fiber enriched course sand overlay mix to create the foundation for a more durable
and realistic surface Concrete Craft has developed a cutting edge system that allows us to create
a texture that simulates real stone our craftsman likes approach to shaping the stone is a process
that is the envy of our industry each piece of stone is hand carved to have the look and
feel of natural rock we finish this transformation with our custom blended UV-resistant coloring
system that mimics what you expect to find in nature it is finished of with an application
of a Concrete Craft approved sealer for additional protection which provides a low maintenance
surface to be enjoyed for many years to come with our long standing history and success
across the country Concrete craft is pleased to offer you the opportunity to be involved
in creating a one of a kind masterpiece

Comments (4)

  1. My house flooded in Harvey we don't have floors can y'all do it

  2. Looks good but they did not cure the concrete. Curing affects durability and reduces the likelihood of cracking

  3. I don't need a sales pitch in a loud, brassy voice. Show us more samples of what you can do, shapes, colors, textures. This was a missed opportunity to showcase your services.

  4. Looks awesome, I want to do this & Iive wood look, probably with metallic inlay under epoxy for indoor application.
    Maybe reclaimed antique style wood?
    Have you done indoor floors?

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