Old concrete can cause a beautiful home to lose some of its curb appeal. However, that doesn’t mean that you have to spend a lot of money replacing the concrete to make your space look good again.
Replacing concrete is not always the answer, especially when it has relatively minor damage. Take a look at our tips to help you transform your old, stained concrete into the pavement that looks like new!
1. Power Wash
Over time, your concrete will accumulate grime and dirt. This comes as a result of a lot of foot and car traffic. However, before you decide to trash your pavement and replace it with a simple dirt road, first try cleaning it.
You’d be surprised how well a strong pressure washer gets out stains. You can also find cleaning chemicals made specifically for concrete to help get out stains from tires, oil, and dirt.
If you’re looking for a quick and easy way to improve your curb appeal, resurfacing your concrete steps and driveway is a great way to start.
We start by deep cleaning your concrete. Then we make minor repairs, filling cracks and fixing crumbling edges.
Next is the finish, which can come in a variety of colors or even a unique design.
This allows you to change your concrete without having to redo it. As an added bonus, concrete that has been resurfaced will last longer and need less maintenance.
3. Add Stain or Sealing Coats
Concrete is one of the most durable pavement options. It’s also incredibly affordable as well. The main concern that people have with it is that it looks bland when compared to stone or brick.
However, what these people don’t know is that you can upgrade your concrete to get a unique look without having to pay the high price. Staining concrete gives the pavement a polished and glossy surface, which can be a nice change from the dirty old appearance it might have right now.
Revive Your Old Concrete
Get the most out of your old concrete pavement with these simple revival techniques. Call our team to find out how easy it is to transform your concrete and save money at the same time!