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Concrete resurfacing is a technique using acrylic cement products to repair, beautify and protect almost any concrete or masonry surface.
Concrete patch and repair products that can be purchased in stores are usually Portland cement based products. They are either troweled or brushed onto your current concrete surface. They form a mechanical bond to your existing surface that still allows salt, freeze and weathering damage to occur. Over time the surface will delaminate. New Castle Artisan products are composed of acrylic cement blended with polymers which form a stronger bond with any porous surface. Combined with an occasional protective sealant coat, we confidently offer a two-year warranty against peeling, flaking or delamination.
After thoroughly cleaning the surface, we use a durable epoxy to repair cracking and our New Castle Artisan acrylic cement products to correct water problems, re-level and restore damaged sections of the concrete. Once the repair work has been completed, we use hand tools and small air compressors to apply whatever design you choose directly onto your current concrete surface.
We mostly use small hand tools and portable compressors to achieve most of the decorative looks that we install. There is no heavy equipment to tear up your lawn or garden beds. After cleanup, the only way you know we were there is your beautiful concrete surface.
We can resurface any solid concrete surface, to include cemented in brick, stone and slate. Our New Castle Artisan products are durable enough for driveways and cool to the touch for pool decks. We can create surfaces smooth enough for interior applications or skid-resistant surfaces for steps and slippery areas. Interior or exterior there is a process and line of New Castle Artisan products perfect for any installation.
Occasionally we will find a section of a concrete surface that has damage beyond what we are comfortable repairing. In these cases, we can remove and re-pour sections of the concrete and resurface the entire project.
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