Is your concrete patio, pool deck, driveway or walkway in need of a face-lift? Are you taking your home's style in a new direction, but can't afford to completely replace your concrete floor? Then concrete resurfacing may be the right solution for you. By updating your concrete with a fresh surface, texture, and color, you can quickly update your home.
Old concrete can crack, crumble and show discoloration. Our concrete resurfacing and refinishing options allow you to not only repair your concrete surface, but also improve it by making it more visually interesting. Our concrete professionals at CustomCrete offer four decorative concrete resurfacing options to suit your style and needs:
Spray-Deck Resurfacing (see more)
Many homeowners feel that stenciled or stamped concrete looks too busy for their house. Spray-Deck resurfacing gives customers the chance to maintain a simple, clean look to their concrete without making it appear unfinished.This resurfacing technique results in a richly textured surface that is often cooler than traditional concrete.
Trowel Resurfacing (see more)
Trowel resurfacing involves shaping concrete with a trowel to create an organic texture. With the addition of taping or stenciling, it creates the look of slate or stone at a fraction of the cost. CustomCrete craftsmen have years of experience using this particular technique. Every project is unique and designed around your particular wants and needs. If a stone or slate look is desired, the size and shape can be customized to fit your needs.
Slate or Stone Pattern
Customizable Shape & Size
Stamped Resurfacing (see more)
Stamped concrete patterns create a pleasing, regular pattern for your concrete, which can be colored to resemble slate, stone, or brick. This style is especially popular in St. Louis, where brick homes are a norm, or in St. Charles, where slate and stone patterns compliment a wide variety of house sidings.
Slate, Stone, or Brick Patterns
Call us to discuss your Concrete Resurfacing Project today at 636-278-2218
We can schedule an appointment to visit your site, discuss your options, as well as the CustomCrete process.