ARCHITECTURAL CEMENT OVERLAYS

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Concrete overlays are made up of a combination of cement, various aggregates, and polymer resins. The purpose of a concrete overlay is to make existing concrete look better. In many cases it is not necessary to tear out existing concrete that has surface imperfections such as cracks, pitting, or discoloration. Concrete overlays are a great solution to "ugly" concrete that is otherwise structurally sound. The following types of concrete overlays are available.

Concrete Resurfacers/Microtoppings

Micro-toppings are applied less than 1/8" thick to resurface existing concrete. Micro-toppings can be colored by using stains or integral color, or a combination of both. Decorative saw-cuts can also be incorporated for results that are stunning.

Stamp Overlays

Stamp Overlays are typically applied at 1/4" thick to add patterns and texture to existing concrete surfaces. The same look of regular stamped concrete can be achieved over existing concrete with a stamp overlay. This process works on both horizontal and vertical surfaces.

Integral color

Integral Color is an iron oxide pigment that is mixed inside the ready mixed truck to color the entire batch. The color produced is permanent and will not peel off or fade away. If the concrete ever chips or cracks, it will not be as noticeable as other concrete coloring methods because the entire slab is colored.

ARCHITECTURAL CEMENT OVERLAYS

What are Architectural Cement Overlays?

Benefits of Cement Overlays

Cement Overlays Specifications

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