This set of stairs had peeling paint on that we removed all of the paint off the floor and stairs and resurfaced the stairs and floors.


Concrete resurfacing is a great option for a slab with deep-soaked stains that cannot be eradicated by grinding. It’s also a good option for smoothing or leveling an uneven slab or slabs with excessive wear or damage. Our resurfacing products cure just like concrete to a light off-white color that is ideal for staining, dyeing, or integral color. They can even be ground and polished. Our cement based, self-leveling overlays can be used on both interior and exterior slabs. The overlays produce a smooth, durable surface with high bond strength. After application, your slab will be ready for foot traffic in 2 – 3 hours and ready for coatings, dyes and stains in about 12 hours.

Concrete resurfacing usually requires a light grind to prep the floor for a good cohesion with the overlay. So if imperfections can be removed by grinding, surface preparation is usually a more inexpensive option.Surface prep is a good option if you’re considering applying a dye or stain to your concrete floor. By lightly grinding the surface of the concrete, you will have a clean, porous slab which will produce a more vibrant, consistent, and longer-lasting color. A clean, porous slab will also allow the sealer to form a better bond with the concrete and will last longer.