With a fine nine-hole golf course and three parks, Ballwin, MO, is an oasis for students of the five major colleges and universities that are nearby. Residents of Fox Creek, Oakleigh Woods and Castle Pines appreciate the laid back lifestyle and natural beauty that are part of living here. Drive through the streets of these and other subdivisions, and you see homeowners who are proud of their properties and careful to protect them from unsightly decay.
Not surprisingly, there are plenty of stamped concrete driveways where cracked, gray cement was becoming an eyesore. As homes have been added to as well as beautifully landscaped, it stands to reason that the time had come for stamped overlays to rejuvenate the original cement slabs that may have been great when the homes were initially built.
Concrete stamping allows you to add pizzazz to a driveway, walkway or other cement surface. Even if the surface has some holes or cracks, there is no need to go through the long process of having it removed and then replaced. Incidentally, this process works well for residential and commercial properties. When you call the experts from Decorative Concrete Resurfacing, we first come out for a site evaluation.
We discuss your options and explain the process of applying concrete overlays. On the day of the installation, we clean and prepare the cement surface. We then add an overlay that covers a multitude of cracks, holes and discolorations. Next, we can add the stamps and colorings of your choice. Make your driveway stand out or let it blend in beautifully with the home’s color scheme or landscaping. Once the overlay has dried, we seal it. Cleanup of the surface is quick and easy. Simply hose it down with some water.
Call Decorative Concrete Resurfacing today at (636) 256-6733 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are ready to put our three decades of experience in the business to work for you. We are the exclusive Sundek installer in St Louis and its surrounding areas. We have a solid A+ Better Business Bureau rating.