Before during and after concrete resurfacing

Below is some photos of the transfromation we can make to concrete floors and concrete surfaces with our Cretecova concrete resurfacing system.

St Johns – Auckland – Concrete resurfacing around family home

The was a larger project – resurfacing 264 SqM of rough/worn concrete around 3 sides of this great family home in St Johns Auckland.

Rough concrete around home in auckland

Before concrete resurfacing

The concrete had heavily exposed aggregate finish due to weathering (where it was covered it was a lot smoother).

First step was to waterblast the area to remove all the dirt, moss and algae from the surface.

Then we repaired about 80 M of cracks with our Fast Fix crack repair product.

Skimming the surface with Cretecova concrete resurfacer

This rough surface is being skimmed, the first layer of concrete resurfacing

Side path - cleaned and ready for resurfacing

Side path – cleaned and ready for resurfacing

Side path concrete resufaced

Side path concrete resurfaced










We then primed the surface and applied a heavy skim to bury the exposed aggregate.

Then we diamond ground the surface to remove the tips of the aggregate that was still rough.

A final layer of Cretecova was applied to give the finished surface.  This client did not want a tile pattern, so we just followed the joins in the concrete.  The surface was also very minimal texture and a light colour wash.

Colours – Laid in Pavlova, lightly washed with Sandstone.

The surface was then coated with 2 coats of solvent acrylic sealer, with a matt finish and antislip finish.

Crack repairs - Auckland

Back area with crack repairs and rough surface

Cretecova concrete resurfacing - Auckland NZ

Area after resurfacing – no tile pattern

Resurfaced concrete around pool

Pool area resurfaced with Cretecova

healey b4 (5)

Crack repairs and preparation

concrere resurfacing around pool - Auckland

Skimming the pool area

healey patio before and after

Before and after of BBq area

































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