Frequently Asked Questions About Concrete Resurfacing

 

Q. Are you able to resurface my deteriorated concrete?

A. We are able to restore the surface of pitted and deteriorated concrete. Typical repair is 1/8" thick over the entire surface and can be finished with a smooth troweled surface or a conventional broom finished texture. Above and beyond that, we can decorate the new layer in any way you can imagine.

 

Q. What decorative options do you offer?

A. As you will find throughout our site, we offer a full range of decorative options including : -Thin Stamped Overlays that can create the authentic look and feel of stone, brick, tile, slate and more to nearly any existing concrete surface. -Splatter textures that add an aesthetic color pattern and non-slip texture to nearly any existing concrete surface. -Trowel down finishes offer a more natural look, while keeping the cost low. -Acid stain options

 

Q. What colors are available?

A. Just like an artist's palette, we can customize any color you can imagine.

 

Q. How long does it last?

A. Our products are manufactured by the industry leader in decorative overlays and you are ensured that the finish you receive will last a very long time. Every layer is 100% U.V. Resistant and will maintain it's color. The layer of concrete we add permanently bonds to your existing concrete and will not delaminate.

 

Q. Can you resurface old concrete too, or is it only for new pours?

A. Our process allows us to refinish both old and new concrete alike. One of the greatest benefits is our ability to take two pieces of concrete poured years apart (that look nothing like each other) and make them both beautiful and perfectly similar. Please be aware that newly poured concrete will need to cure for 28 days before we can properly install an overlay to allow for curing.

 

Q. What is the concrete resurfacing made of?

A. We utilize the most advanced technology in concrete by applying a layer of hybrid polymer modified concrete over your existing concrete at a depth of 1/8th to 1/4th of an inch.

 

Q. How strong is it?

A. Strong, Very Strong! Your surface will be stronger than the original concrete. At a cured strength of 4800 psi, you could take a hammer to it. For a more detailed understanding of why and how, imagine that you pour some water onto your concrete. It soaks into the concrete's pours. Our product also soaks into the existing concrete's pours and becomes one with it. Whether you have semi trucks or kids running across your new patio, it will be just fine.

 

Q. I have a crack through my concrete, can you fix it?

A. We are able to cosmetically fill the crack and finish the surface above so that you will never know that there was a crack there in the first place!

 

Q. How much do you charge for an estimate?

A. All Estimates are free of charge.

 

Q. How long does it take for you to refinish my surface?

A. This is highly dependant on the individual job, but in general you can expect to be kept off your concrete surface from anywhere between 2 days on very small areas to 5- 7 days for large areas. Call us for more info.

 

Q. Is this for commercial applications?

A. Yes! EliteCrete products are continually used by an extremely wide range of commercial customers including Marriott Hotels, Harley-Davidson Dealerships, McDonalds, Amoco Gas Stations and many others.

 

Q. What makes your products better than other overlay companies?

A. Tri-State Concrete Resurfacing uses only the best products available to the decorative concrete industry.

 

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We Serve the Following Towns, Including the Entire Philadelphia Metropolitan Area:

• Bucks County PA

• Bensalem PA

• Bristol PA

• Buckingham PA

• Chalfont PA

• Churchville PA

• Croydon PA

• Doylestown PA

• Dublin PA

• Fairless Hills PA

 

• Feasterville PA

• Holland PA

• Hulmeville PA

• Ivyland PA

• Jamison PA

• Langhorne PA

• Levittown PA

• Morrisville PA

• New Britain PA

• New Hope PA

• Newtown PA

• Penndel PA

• Perkasie PA

• Philadelphia PA

• Richboro PA

• Southampton PA

• Telford PA

• Trevose PA

• Tullytown PA

• Warrington PA

• Warminster PA

• Washington Crossing PA

• Wycombe PA

• Yardley PA

• Mercer County NJ

• Trenton NJ

• Ewing NJ

• Hamilton NJ

• Hamilton Township

• Hopewell Township NJ

• Lawrenceville NJ

• Mercerville

• Princeton NJ

 

 

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