Many homeowners notice changes to their concrete driveway, sidewalk, and garage floor over time. Regular wear and tear can make the surface unsightly, or even dangerous. Concrete resurfacing one of the most popular concrete repair methods. But does it work?
Concrete Resurfacer Basics
A concrete resurfacer can be more costly initially than regular concrete. However, the expense is worth it. Why? Unlike using regular concrete, the concrete resurfacer has bonding agents, making it one of the more effective concrete repair methods. You will avoid crumbling and deterioration by using concrete resurfacer.
Key Characteristics of Concrete Resurfacer
There are several key characteristics of concrete resurfacer that differentiate it from regular concrete. Here are some of the more important points:
- Concrete resurfacers are self-leveling
- They spread and pour easily and quickly
- No troweling is necessary
- They create a strong bond
- Stronger than regular concrete
- Come in one color though tins are available
Will Resurfacing Work?
For minor cosmetic issues, concrete resurfacing is a good way to fix minor issues like small cracks or discolorations. However, resurfacing a small area will not address any serious underlying problems. Additionally, grease and oil stains can affect the overall durability of the surface. You will need to remove them.
If you have a serious underlying issue, it is best to contact a professional for an assessment of your driveway or garage floor. They will be able to tell you if you need a major repair or if the damage is minor. Call our professionals today if you need an estimate for your home. We have trained professionals with years of success and excellent customer service