EXPOSED AGGREGATE CONCRETE
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EXPOSED AGGREGATE CONCRETE PERTH
Exposed aggregate concrete is a decorative architectural form of concrete. As a result, this form of concrete is by far the most popular choice for exterior traffic-able surfaces. Furthermore, an exposed aggregate surface combines the durability of concrete with the pleasant aesthetics of natural coloured stones.
Project concrete create truly unique concrete surfaces. Thus, allowing for almost unlimited design possibilities. We offer a selection of base concrete colours and a vast amount of stone sizes and colours. To add to this, we encourage our clients to create a uniquely individual concrete surface.
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SELECTING YOUR CONCRETE
Project Concrete provide the very best in decorative concrete throughout Perth. By the same token, there will be a colour and stone mix to suit your property and style, let Project Concrete help you find the right mix for you.
Below you’ll see some of the colour options available and there are so many more to choose from. Naturally, we’d be happy to help you find the right exposed aggregate for you.
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WHY EXPOSED AGGREGATE CONCRETE
Exposed Aggregate is a perfect decorative option for external traffic-able areas such as walk-ways, driveways, pool surrounds, landscaping features and alfresco areas. Below you’ll find some of the great benefits exposed aggregate offers:
Concrete lasts a lifetime and is able to withstand high traffic with no problems.
Exposed aggregate will provide a safe slip resistant surface for both foot traffic and vehicles, even when wet.
VALUE FOR MONEY
Concrete is long lasting and looks great, this adds value to any property.
Exposed aggregate be be cleaned easily with a high pressure hose.
HOW IS EXPOSED AGGREGATE INSTALLED?
Once a mix has been created, the concrete is installed and trowelled by hand. Following this, chemicals can be used to slow the curing of the concrete surface. This allows for the top layer of latency to be washed away, exposing the stone embedded within. The concrete is then left to cure fully and sealed once safe to do so.