Commercial Pavement Restoration
Concrete restoration is often performed for many of the same reasons as asphalt restoration. In many cases, asphalt patching is needed along with concrete, due to the placing of forms for curbs or other areas where concrete and asphalt have common joints. Concrete is removed and restored to sidewalks, streets, curbs, driveways, etc. with various finishes.
There are several ways to finish concrete. The most common are:
- Light Broom Finish
Typically done on city sidewalks, residential sidewalks, and driveways.
- Heavy Broom Finish
Typically done on city and county streets or very steep driveways.
- Washed Aggregate Finish
The surface layer of concrete is washed off to expose the rock or aggregate. This is also used to create a custom design in the finish.
The art of turning the look of concrete into various finishes like granite, brick or slate along with many other decorative designs that are available in numerous colors.
- Pervious Concrete
A unique and effective means to address important environmental issues and support green, sustainable growth. By capturing storm water and allowing it to seep into the ground, pervious concrete is instrumental in recharging groundwater, reducing storm water runoff, and meeting U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) storm water regulations.