LimeCoat: A Revolutionary New Solution for Patio Resurfacing is Cheaper and More Durable
LimeCoat offers a cheaper, more durable solution for resurfacing concrete. It can be used anywhere, from pool decks to garages to basement foundations. It needs no touch-ups once it is applied, making it an affordable and practical solution for residential and commercial use alike.
LimeCoat was developed a trademarked in 1992. It was based off of a concept used in Europe to restore its architectural structures to their original state. This extremely versatile material can be used for any type of resurfacing or overlay project. From patio resurfacing to pool deck overlays, LimeCoat can be used regardless of the original surface, whether it is concrete, stamped concrete, pea gravel or even sheet rock. It is compliant with any structural design and can be used as decorative concrete in any form.
Each project is finished completely by hand, making designs and color options virtually limitless. Cracks can be refilled or incorporated into the finished project to achieve a more natural look, based on the preference of the customer. Because LimeCoat looks and feels just like stone or concrete, it does not appear fake or inexpensive. Yet with regards to the cost of patio resurfacing and other projects, the price is not high compared to the cost of other, similar overlays and resurfacing material.
LimeCoat is a nonskid surface, though it can appear to be smooth if a given project calls for that type of design. This makes it a perfect resurfacing solution for a pool deck or any other surface near water. It is not slippery when wet, unlike stamped concrete or stone overlays. When applied, LimeCoat is only about a fourth of an inch to five eights of an inch in thickness. That being said, it is designed to withstand enormous weight and amount of pressure which makes it an amenable solution for parking lots, garages and other area where vehicles routinely drive or are parked.
Patio resurfacing is a typical kind of project for LimeCoat; It is inexpensive and frequently in demand because no matter the original surface, when a new design or a touch-up is in order, a LimeCoat finish can always do the trick.
LimeCoat has been in business since 1992. It is a Texas-based company, serving all of the state as well as some parts of Colorado. Free estimates for patio resurfacing as well as other projects can be obtained by visiting the company web site and filling out a free estimate form or calling one of LimeCoat's Texas or Colorado locations.