Concrete Finishing Specialists
Do you need expert concrete finishing in Western North Carolina? Parks’ Waterproofing offers several special services for the perfect finish. For surfaces that are designed with durability and aesthetics in mind, our work is second to none.
The appearance of concrete surfaces adds to curb appeal. Functionality is also a major consideration for NC homeowners. If you want concrete finishing that is fit for purpose, Parks’ Waterproofing is here to answer your call. Our concrete finishers are artisans in the trade and will ensure the concrete finishing matches your exact specifications for the space.
We offer two special methods in concrete finishing: broom or slick finishing. Each method has its own distinct advantages, depending on the reason for application. Parks’ Waterproofing is always available for consultation when customers are unsure which method is most suitable for a particular room or area.
Basement Slab & Sidewalks Concrete Finishing
The basement is one of the rooms that will most benefit from concrete finishing. Slick concrete finishing provides a smooth and seamless surface. If your basement is used for storage of garden furniture or equipment, a durable slick finish can make cleaning easier. As a non-porous surface, slick finished concrete is easily washed down with common household cleaners, including soap and water.
To prevent slipping, you may want to opt for broom finished concrete. This method is often used around pool areas or in wet rooms. Sidewalks are also ideal areas that benefit from broom finished concrete. The surface is essentially slip-proof as the process is designed for walking surfaces. However, broom concrete surfacing can also offer aesthetic properties when you work with the specialists from Parks’ Waterproofing.
We consider concrete finishing an art form and take great pride in delivering for our customers. Call Parks’ Waterproofing to discuss your ideas for broom or slick concrete finishing. Our team is equipped to handle any job with minimum disruption to your daily life.
Concrete Finishing for Porches & Concrete Patios
Concrete finishing for porches is available from Parks’ Waterproofing. The porch should be a comfortable place to enjoy the outdoors year-round. Broom finished concrete can make spending time out on the porch a safer experience, with the additional benefit of relaxing in an area that is also pleasing to the eye.
We can work with concrete patios to help you achieve your outdoor living ideas. The patio is an integral exterior area, especially during the summer months. There are also practical considerations when a patio leads to a pool area. Families, especially, will benefit from concrete finishing that helps to ensure small children do not suffer injuries from slip and fall accidents.
At Parks’ Waterproofing, we can seamlessly combine broom and slick concrete finishing, connecting different areas on your property. Both processes require a specialist’s knowledge to get the best results. Our team has the tools and experience you need to achieve your aesthetic and practical goals.
Additional Concrete Services
Parks’ Waterproofing offers additional concrete services, including structural repair and patented waterproofing systems. When repairing concrete, we use 1/2 structural rebar instead of 3/8 inch rebar or wire mesh than most competitors use. Because we use stronger rebar and we ensure that the concrete is sitting on properly impacted soil, our concrete work has fewer issues over the long-term. In addition to using the best materials to repair and finish your concrete job, our waterproofing solutions will prevent moisture from infiltrating foundations or basement walls. Water is safely diverted from your property where it can follow a more natural path.
If you have concrete finishing or waterproofing needs, Parks’ Waterproofing has the answers. You can speak to a member of our team today for a personal quote on any of our services. Call our offices or contact us online if you would like to learn more about the benefits of broom or slick concrete finishing in North Carolina.