Looking for something special to really set your home or business apart? Our team specializes in decorative finishes for concrete walkways, steps, patios, and flooring.
Decorative touches can add a splash of color, polished shine, or intricate pattern that makes your commercial or residential unique.
Let Perfect Finish Concrete in Eugene, Oregon give your walkways, patios, and floors a decorative finish that will increase value and preserve the area from weather and traffic for years.
Our technicians are trained in many types of decorative finishing, and they can recommend the service that’s right for you, and your budget.
It takes a experienced team to add decorative finishes to concrete floors, walkways and steps. The proof is in our work and satisfied customers.
For many admirers of decorative concrete, the best attribute is that each installation is totally unique. Concrete can assume nearly any shape, design, pattern or texture. But the one characteristic that most distinguishes decorative concrete is color, whether used subtly to blend with nature or boldly to make a dramatic design statement.
Colored concrete can be paired with other concrete finishing techniques to create a striking affect. These techniques include broom finishing, sandblasting, exposing of aggregate and more.
An exposed-aggregate surface is obtained by placing concrete and then removing the outer 'skin' of cement paste to uncover decorative coarse aggregate (either batched into the concrete mix or seeded onto the surface). Because of its durability and skid resistance, an exposed aggregate finish is ideal for most flatwork including:
When concrete is sand finished, it can take on a smooth, classy veneer, which resembles the hard sand at ocean beaches when a wave recedes. Sand finishing gives concrete a lightly edged surface. Once the concrete is placed, special retardants are applied to etch away a thin film of the surface. After a curing period, the surface is scrubbed with machinery to remove and expose only the sand matrix of the mix.
Concrete stamps are manufactured in hundreds of different patterns that mimic the aesthetic qualities of natural stone and other materials. Stamp patterns include brick, slate, flagstone, cobblestone, fieldstone, fan stone and many more. Patterns are commonly made to resemble stone yet these rubber stamps can also be made to resemble wood, rock salt finishes, broom finishes, fossils, or leaves.
Slip Resistant Broom Finished Overlay
Concrete finishers have been broom finishing their surfaces for about as long as there has been concrete. A brushed finish is obtained by pulling a brush over the surface of the fresh concrete, after the surface has been leveled. Most people choose a broom finish to create a non-slip surface.