Concrete Resurface

Concrete is exceptionally durable, but it won’t last forever.  Over time, as it’s exposed to the elements, cracks will appear on the surface of your concrete.  Ignoring it isn’t a great option —  not only is it aesthetically unpleasing, but that crack will only grow over time, leading to larger and more expensive repair work needed, and potentially to a loss of structural integrity for your entire concrete installation.

That’s where concrete resurfacing comes in.  If you have a spider-web of cracks over your concrete, it often isn’t necessary to replace it entirely.  Resurfacing – laying a thin layer of concrete on top of the surface – can provide long-lasting repair and sealing performance on even heavily damaged concrete.  It will look as good as it did the day it was first installed, and will continue to perform at a high level for years to come.

If your underlying concrete is still structurally sound, concrete resurfacing can be a way to give it a facelift, restoring it to its original beauty and repairing the superficial damage that use and weather can cause.

Epic Paving and Contracting offers professional repair and resurfacing for cracks in concrete, asphalt and pavement.  We seal cracks, repair patches, and much more.  Our expert contractors can handle any job you have; no project is too big or too small!

Our experience allows us to know exactly what to do to fix your concrete issues.  We’ll work with you, going through every potential option you have, to ensure that you’re getting the service that best fits your unique needs and your budget.  That allows us to make a repair that looks as great as possible, is completed to the highest standard possible, and is done as quickly as possible, all for competitive prices.

Concrete is long-lasting, durable and effective.  When maintained properly, it will last for decades.  When you choose Epic Paving and Contracting, you can ensure that you’ll get the highest quality service at the best prices.  We’ll help you get the most out of your concrete, asphalt and interlocking.