Acrylic Concrete Resurfacing


Stone, Tile and Wood patterns

Complete Concrete Makeover  

  • Crack treatment
  • Expansion joint cutting if needed
  • Structural and leveling issues also addressed.
  • Followed by a Hand Troweled Overlay with Acrylic Concrete.  Colored and Sealed with an Acrylic Sealer that lasts for 5 years. 



Four Foot Tile Pattern

Acrylic Concrete Resurfacing of Existing Concrete Slabs is an option for homeowners who have aging concrete and would like to Improve it's appearance. It is referred to as Acrylic Concrete because a Texture Resin (Concrete Glue) is mixed with the concrete. This combination allows for excellent bonding of the overlay (1/4 inch thick) to the existing slab. All cracks are treated with epoxy prior to the overlay and stress joints are cut where the cracks are to control future stress cracks to the slab.

Random Stone Pattern with border

The Overlay is made into Small Tile, Large Tile, Random Slate Stone, Brick or Wood. It can be completely solid as well. We give it any color or combination of colors as well as a final clear coat with an Acrylic Sealer (Gives it a Wet Glossy Look). This layer of acrylic protects the stain from fading as well as prevents mold or dirt from getting into pores in the concrete.  The Concrete needs to be resealed every Five years.



Small Tiles

This patio was Based (The whole slab get's colored)  with a Light Grey and Highlighted (Each stove individually) with a  Dark Grey.  It is applied in a way that gets about four shades of that specific color, randomly spaced out over the slab.

Wood Planks

Grey, Brown and Yellow shades of wood Planks go very well as a border to Tile or Random Stones.  

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