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When a decorative concrete floor is desired and a concrete slab, subfloor or substrate may not be suitable; that’s when Decorative Concrete Overlays come into view and provide an aesthetic & practical solution! There are many types of concrete overlays, some for interior, others for exterior. Some can be polished and
Start to Finish, We applied a new micro-topping with Ardex Designer Floor System. New micro-top was then stained gray and sealed with urethane to give this new office space a modern look in Fort Worth, Texas.
One type of Concrete Overlay is a Micro-Top or Skim-Coat. We refer to them also as Designer Overlays due to their decorative & custom nature. Hand troweled and crafted concrete floors, these installs give the existing substrate or cement a new canvas, if you will, to apply a decorative finish to. With solutions for both interior & exterior applications, concrete overlays are a great choice when current floor conditions aren’t quite suitable. There are options for integral colors or stain, textures or smooth, and sealers and finishes control the sheen & performance of an overlay.
Seen to the right, JC is applying Ardex SD-M (White) to a concrete floor to give a designer a new palette to stain and color on in Dallas, TX
Concrete Toppings are specified when a decorative, honed or polished concrete floor surface is designed over an existing concrete slab or wood substrate. These cementitious toppings are self-leveling by nature. Applied at a minimum 3/8" thick, these concrete overlays have a higher PSI than typical polymer concrete overlays. With the addition of integral colors, aggregates and custom touches, these self-leveling cement solutions giving limitless design options & possibilities to architects, designers, business owners and clients
Poured and pumped, these polishable concrete overlays give any space the opportunity for a brand new floor...literally!
FloorRescue also pours self-leveling materials to repair low spots in slabs, underlayment applications, and other special needs in structural or aesthetic repairs.