Concrete resurfacing is a process by which concrete is cleaned, repaired, and overlaid with a new surface. Here is an overview of the steps involved for this fix to aging concrete:

  • Cleaning. The old surface is washed with a power washer to get rid of dirt and grime.
  • Repairing the Cracks. Cracks are primed, reinforced with fabric, then covered with a polymer concrete that is smoothed out evenly with the rest of the concrete driveway.
  • Repairing the Holes. Holes are filled in with an epoxy mortar.
  • Covering the Surface. Once all the repairs are made, the surface is primed, then covered with a spray-on polymer concrete, which is then finished with a trowel.
  • Coloring and Sealing. Decorative coloring is then applied, if you want it, and a seal coat that will protect the new surface from the elements.
  • Curing. Then, you wait. Plan on not using your driveway for 48-72 hours while the surface dries completely.


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