ProCurbs Concrete Overlay is a thin color concrete cement based products that goes over existing concrete for repair or decorative reasons. Overlays can be applied as thin as a feather finish or up to 3/4″in most cases depending on the desired finish. Concrete overlays, however, are only as good as the substrate it is being applied to. Example, if the concrete is cracked or coming up, the overlay will also break and come up and replacement of the concrete should be your option. However, there are ways to strengthen, repair and treat existing concrete. Preparation and crack repair is essential for a concrete overlay to last at a lower cost vs tear out and replace, and to limit the cracks from re-appearing. There are never any guarantees the overlay will delaminate or not crack. Concrete overlays are an alternative to breaking out and replacing an existing concrete slab, which can be very expensive, messy, disruptive, and time-consuming. With an overlay, you can give worn, lackluster concrete a decorative makeover or restore it to a like-new condition in as little as a day and at a fraction of the cost! ProCurbs can design your Concrete Overlay to be decoratively designed to signify Hardwood, Tile, to even Natural Slate Stone. Weather is be stamped, hard troweled or broom finish, the ProCurbs team has you covered with an array of options.
Let a ProCurbs specialist determine if a Concrete Overlay is your cost effective option.
Overlays are Ideal for:
Adding pattern, texture, and color to exterior concrete slabs, including patios, pool decks, driveways, and sidewalks. Using special techniques and tools, ProCurbs skilled installers can precisely replicate the look and feel of natural stone, brick, tile, or slate.
Resurfacing interior floors, including those previously covered with linoleum tile or carpeting (after removal of all residual mastic). With the use of stains or dyes, it's possible to create colorful graphic designs, logos, or stenciled patterns.
Smoothing and leveling uneven or spalled concrete surfaces.
Restoring surfaces quickly with minimal downtime. Polymer overlays cure fast and some systems can support foot traffic within a few hours.