Resurface Concrete Driveways

RESURFACE WORN OR SPALLED CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS

Because of poor finishing, this driveway spalled
and needed concrete resurfacing.
After removing rotten concrete and filling deeper damage,
Fusion-Crete restored the driveway to a like-new appearance.
Concrete driveways can get ugly for a number of reasons: poor finishing, snowmelt agents, plowing and general wear-and-tear, to name a few. When a driveway becomes an eyesore, it’s time for Fusion-Crete. Fusion-Crete is the perfect solution for resurfacing concrete driveways, allowing homeowners to avoid the expense and disruption of full tear-out and replacement.

This driveway (above left) displayed moderate spalling with other surface defects. After thorough prepping and removal of compromised concrete, there were two steps in the resurfacing process:

  • First, Fusion-Crete modified mortar was used to restore the profile of deeper damage and feathered into areas with shallow spalling.
  • Second, a Fusion-Crete spall finish-coat mix design was applied in one pass, offering an “as new” appearance to the resurfaced driveway
SEE HOW!

ANOTHER EXAMPLE USING FUSION-CRETE TO RESURFACE CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS

This newly poured driveway had been ruined
by snow and needed driveway resurfacing.
After: Another success story for using Fusion-Crete
to resurface unsightly concrete driveways!

This driveway weathered a snowstorm right after pouring and finishing, causing damage to the surface. Needing a reliable, cost-effective fix, the concrete contractor sought the help of Crossroads Concrete Resurfacing and Fusion-Crete to resurface the driveway to avoid the cost of tear-out and replacement. 

The contractor and his customer were incredibly pleased with the results and cost of the resurfacing driveway.

SEE VIDEOS ABOVE FOR DEMONSTRATIONS OF THE USE OF FUSION-CRETE TO RESURFACE CONCRETE DRIVEWAYS.