Yes you can! We offer various services that can be quoted in a package or individually. As you will see on our homepage, our services cover: concreting, retaining walls, earthmoving, landscaping, demolition, tree lopping, stump grinding and soon we will be adding asbestos removal to our repertoire.
Yes! We do our best to match as closely as possible to the colour or aggregate mix of your existing concrete. The shading and colour may vary between the new and existing concrete depending on the amount of time the concrete has been there for and what the conditions are around the existing concrete.
Yes! There are multiple options available to you. We can clean back the surface of the concrete and apply colour or depending on your desired finish, tinted sealer or covacrete may be a more preferable option.
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Depending on the type of polish and finish, you can walk on your polished concrete almost straight away. Please check with us prior to walking on it. You should wait at least 72 hours before allowing water to touch the floor – this gives the sealer/stain protectant time to cure.
For coloured & exposed aggregate concrete cleaning; soapy water, a broom and a good hosing should do the trick. We offer concrete cleaning for a more in-depth clean, so please don’t hesitate to contact us for advice and a comprehensive quotation. We recommend having a sealer applied to exposed aggregate and coloured concrete. Sealing helps to reduce any possible fading and
No. If exposed aggregate is your choice of concrete, you need an experienced concreter who has the skill necessary to achieve a beautiful and even finish.
Coloured concrete can fade to some degree over time depending on the volume of traffic and the weather conditions. Ask our experts how to maintain your coloured concrete and how to keep it vibrant and fresh.
We recommend sealing decorative concrete to help protect it from substances such as car oil and grime. Sealing also helps to reduce any fading. You may need to reseal every 3-5 years depending on the volume of traffic on the area.