A method of stripping and polishing concrete that creates a marble or granite-like effect
Created by revealing underlying elements of concrete such as sand and small stones, exposed aggregate can be a great alternative for patios or driveways, adding texture, depth and even better grip. After polishing, the aggregate looks similar to a stone surface and is an appealing and cheaper alternative to marble or granite.
Exposed aggregate is easy to maintain, weather durable, and aesthetically pleasing. It is also an excellent alternative to high-maintenance and costly poolside tiles.
The decorative process of exposing aggregate has been around for over a century, long before decorative overlays became modern and trendy. But despite its age, this method is far from being ready for retirement, continuing to offer many unique advantages today - so give us a call and ask about using exposed aggregate for your next project.