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Why Sealing Your Outdoor Concrete Surface is Important

Posted on Nov 12, 2015

As compared to wood, concrete is the best option if you want to have a durable outdoor space that not only looks great but is also long lasting. But like wood and other less corrosive materials, concrete also needs to be sealed.

Why Seal It?

If your home is in Louisville and you have a concrete patio, you have to take its maintenance seriously. Although our decorative concrete products and services need not to have extra attention when it comes to maintenance, you still have to consider this in order for you to have the best experience in having a beautiful decorative concrete patio.


Concrete Sealing

Cracked, broken and spalled, chipped concrete basements, driveways, sidewalks and even walls in homes are among the common problems that a concrete surface encounters. The notorious culprit for all of these is water. When moisture enters the cracks, the cold and warm temperature causes water to contract and expand, leading to the destruction of the concrete material.

But this is not the only suspect. Water vapor in the air (also known as humidity) can also badly affect the concrete’s composition; and oil, dirt, chemicals, grease and stains are among the elements that can also ruin it.

What You Get From Concrete Sealing

All Concrete Resurfacing provides the highest quality concrete sealing products and services. Let’s look at some of the benefits that you can experience by sealing and coating a Louisville concrete surface.

  • Prevents the accumulation of dirty and grease on the concrete surface and protects it from chemicals, water, UV rays and other elements.
  • Makes the surface easy to clean and maintain.
  • Increases the durability and longevity of concrete.
  • Reduced risks of spalling, crumbling, efflorescence, cracking, etc.
  • Maximizes it’s resistance to corrosion.


Your Louisville concrete outdoor living space is an investment worth taking care of. It’s necessary to always keep its beauty intact and maintained. It’s easy to maintain your decorative concrete surface once you call All Concrete Resurfacing, your leading experts in concrete coatings and repair in the Louisville and surrounding areas. We have a wide variety of solutions that caters to all kinds of concrete problems that may face you today. All Concrete Resurfacing can provide minor maintenance services for your concrete surface like applying a sealant, to major concrete jobs like overhauls and decorative concrete applications for residential and/or commercial spaces.

Maintenance goes a very long towards quality and longevity of your concrete surface.

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It’s More Than Just Clean Concrete

Posted on Oct 29, 2015


The key to having the best looking concrete exterior and interior in the neighborhood is more than just decorative concrete. Once you have it installed, clean it.

Your concrete surface is just like any other normal surface; as time passes, sooner or later it’s going to get dirty. Most of the time, concrete is used outdoors or in your garages. It gets dirt and minimal stains unlike what it gets inside your home. While some stains look messy and intimidating, it’s not so hard to clean (well, in the first place, your decorative concrete is stain-resistant and these are just minor, easy to clean stains).

Clean it Well

Sweeping the concrete clean is the first thing to do. Wash it with hot water and a detergent after sweeping. The soap will bind with dirt and the hot water will loosen oils and grease and bring them to the surface. For smaller stains, use a scrub brush. A power washer is needed for large ones.

Small oil stains can also be softened and brought up by using an absorbent mixture of clay kitty litter and acetone. Apply it to the stain cover with a plastic wrap. Leave it for a couple of hours and be surprised as the stain fades, thanks to kitty litter and acetone.

Natural Agents

If oil is all over your garage flooring, biological warfare might do the trick. There are specific microorganisms that eat up oil. You can apply them right at an oil stain and once they eat it all up, they die. This is what biologists use to clean ocean oil spills, and it can also work for your driveway or garage.

Concrete Sealing

Once you’ve got your concrete surface clean, you have to seal it. Concrete sealers will make your flooring resist weather exposure, grease and oil stains, water, abrasion and deicing salts. It also brings out the natural beauty of concrete and makes it easier to clean.

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Where To Use Concrete Floors

Posted on Mar 25, 2013

Concrete floors have once again caught the attention of interior designers and structural builders because of their versatile features. Concrete flooring contractors are experts in this field of construction and they can best guide you on the many applications of concrete floors the details of which are as follows:

  • Kitchen Floors. Kitchen floor designs do not have to attain the industrial-look when concrete is the chosen flooring material. Concrete is an easy-to-maintain but aesthetically limited flooring option if left as bare. In fact, concrete, aside from as being amazingly durable, has the ability to reduce allergens. Unlike other forms of concrete flooring, concrete is cost-effective and easy to maintain. Today, concrete flooring is gaining popularity in the construction industry because of its innate feature to be designed in any way.

Kitchen floors can be customized with a warm, solid hue or multi-colored, multi-patterned designs. Concrete flooring offers true customization. It can withstand the elements that kitchen floors are exposed to including foot traffic, food and drink spills, oil and grease stains, and a lot more. No other surface, such as wood, tile, or linoleum, can resist chipping, discoloring, warping, and staining like a concrete floor can.

  • Bathroom Floors. There are so many benefits when you choose concrete as your flooring of choice in bathrooms. You can design concrete bathroom floors based on your budget. If you want to incorporate heat and warmth in your bathroom, concrete is the prime flooring pick. The material resists moisture and stains and you can kiss your allergies goodbye with concrete bathroom floors. Concrete offers a substrate that is fashionable, long-lasting, and can endure the elements in a bathroom including moisture, spills, stains, etc. In price contrast, concrete can be customized within any budget. It is a cost-conscious, environmentally-friendly option that offers freedom in design and freedom from extreme maintenance.
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Epoxy And Its History

Posted on Jan 14, 2013

Epoxy is a popular adhesive used all over the world. Its strength as an adhesive can easily outmatch other common glues in the market. The word Epoxy can be traced back to two Greek prefixes “epi” and “oxy”. Epi means “upon” while the prefix oxy means sharp or acidic. Epoxy is formed using various chemical reactions of epoxide, the resin, and polyamine, the hardener. This adhesive can be used in a wide range of carpentry job and simple DIY situations. Its adhesive ability has been tested and witnessed by millions of people throughout its 100+ years of existence.

This wonder glue has been around during the early 1990s but it was only popularized during the year 1950s. It all started when a Russian chemist named Prileschajev saw that olefins would react with a peroxybenzoic acid. This reaction formed epoxides which are used to form epoxy along with polyamine. During the mid-1930’s, a German named P. Shalack was granted a patent in which he prepared a polyamine with a high molecular weight. He did this through the use of epoxide compounds which contained an epoxide group greater than one.

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Concrete and Its Health and Environmental Impact

Posted on Sep 5, 2012

Social responsiveness has been an emerging trend in the business industry today. This pertains to the perspective of individuals and businesses regarding the effect of their business strategies to the society as a whole. In this context, construction firms that use concrete which possesses properties that have significant environmental impact should be cautiously gauged. Consumers should not only consider the durability and affordability of the material but they should also take note of its substantial effect to other stakeholders. The opportunity to evaluate and assess this impact will help consumers decide if using concrete is the best alternative present.

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