What’s a homeowner to do when they have a patio that’s in good condition but not very attractive to look at? You might think that you have to tear it out and start over. Thankfully, that’s not the case. Even if your patio has surface discoloration, imperfections, or cracks, there are options available for converting that drab space into a beautiful surface.

What is resurfacing?
Resurfacing concrete is a way for homeowners to spruce up their patios without having to completely start from scratch. Not only will this save you money, you also conserve resources and avoid disposal problems.

What are the different types of resurfacing?
There are lots of options when it comes to resurfacing. You can completely resurface it with a polymer-modified overlay to update your look. This gives you lots of options of color and patterns, as well as covers up flaws and discoloration. If your concrete is already in prime condition, you might consider engraving, stenciling, or staining it to give it a facelift. This can makes it look like stone, slate, tile, or brick.

What do I do first if I want to resurface my patio?
We recommend consulting a professional to make sure that resurfacing is a viable option for you.

Resurfacing can help make old patios become new. Aren’t you ready to spruce yours up for spring? Give us a call. We would be delighted to come out and share with you our recommendations for breathing new life into your space. We even offer free estimates, so what are you waiting for?