Monday, May 27, 2013

It's Almost Summer, Is Your Pool Deck Ready?

Your patio and pool deck are the focal points of your backyard.

We can refinish your patio, driveway or revitalize your pool deck. Using decorative concrete, we can transform your patio and pool deck into an oasis where you can entertain friends or simply relax with your family. In the past landscaping was the only way to enhance your outdoor living space, but now with the use of Stamped Concrete, Stenciled Concrete, Decorate Concrete Overlays, Scored and Stained Concrete, your Patio and Pool Deck can be a showplace.

Decorative concrete surfaces are the perfect decorative flooring surface for outdoor Patios, Pool Decks, Walkways and Entryways

This "outdoor floor" provides you with unlimited design options. When enhanced by stains and integral colors, concrete patios can be color coordinated to match a home’s exterior or landscape. They can also be stamped or engraved in patterns that mimic other popular paving materials, such as brick, flagstone, slate and tile. As an investment, concrete patios typically cost less than patios made of brick or natural stone because they are less labor-intensive to install. The lower price tag combined with the wide array of patterns and colors available make concrete an economical choice for most budgets. Plus, concrete is easily formed into any shape to accommodate backyard space restrictions.

Why Wait? Contact Us Today for a Free Estimate!

Are you wondering what it will take to refinish your concrete surfaces? Contact us today! Give us a call at 813-818-7555 / 727-530-3555 or just click here to request your Free Estimate

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Why We Use the Dry Restoration Process to Restore Terrazzo Floors

Terrazzo can be restored using either a wet or dry process. Wet grinding uses water to eliminate the dust created by grinding. Dry restoration uses sophisticated dust collectors to collect the dust without the use of water.

Wet Restoration creates messy slurry that must be collected and disposed of. This dirty slurry can seep underneath walls, cabinets, doors and adjoining surfaces creating problems that might not be noticed for years.

Dry Restoration is the newest advancement in surface restoration. With dry restoration no water is required. Instead, the grinding equipment is connected to a HEPA dust containment system where virtually all of the dust particles are collected. No water is used so you don’t have to be concerned with dirty slurry seeping under walls, cabinets and adjoining areas.