Waterproofing/resurfacing for concrete walls, floors, sills and outdoor areas

Concrete should always be sealed/waterproofed if the area is to be lived in, worked in or used for storage.  Concrete areas that contain water, such as planter boxes, fish ponds, water tanks should also be waterproofed.

Ideally waterproofing should be done at the time of construction but it can be done remedially, often through applying a liquid membrane on the negative/internal face of the concrete.

You may have a concrete area that does not need to be waterproofed but may require resurfacing or rejuvenating.

Resurfacing gives any concrete surface a new lease of life.

For example, you may have an old garage floor that has oil stains and other dirt marks. We can clean and seal it and maybe tint it with a different colour to make it look new again.

An old concrete path or carpark may have holes/potholes in it. We can fill the holes and resurface where required.