A Smooth Finish

is usually the finish of choice when it comes to easy to clean areas such as garage or basement floors.  It is created by finishing the concrete with a hand or power trowel.  The finished result is a smooth and polished finish. 

A broomed finish

is the most typical finish of choice for sidewalks, driveways, patios and especially pool decks.  It has been made the industry standard for non-slip surfaces.   It is created by brushing the concrete surface with a broom just before the concrete hardens.  The finished result is a broom-like finished look.  

A swirled finish

is a variation of the traditional broomed finish. This is another great choice for a non-slip surface.  It is created by using a trowel or float to make a swirled imprint, or arc, across the surface of the wet concrete. It creates a unique smearing of the concrete in a uniform overlapping circular pattern. The finished result is a subtle pattern, that some say looks like rose petals, and adds more visual interest than an ordinary broomed finish.

A stamped finish

is patterned and/or textured or embossed to resemble brick, slate, flagstone, stone, tile, wood, and various other patterns and textures.  This type of finish can be used for nearly any project including patios, sidewalks, driveways, pool decks, and interior flooring.  Stamped concrete is more durable, quicker to install and more cost effective than using traditional products, such as stone, brick, or brick pavers.  This is a great choice to achieve the look you want and the longevity you wish for. 

An exposed aggregate finish

can be used in driveways, patios, pool decks, walkways or custom landscaping.  It provides a natural stone look as well as a non-slip surface.  The special finishing helps to expose the stone and pebbles embedded in concrete.  The finished result can vary in regards to the sizes and colours the client would like exposed.  

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