Exposed Aggregate Concrete - London, Ontario

When the concrete has been placed, the surface aggregate is ready to be shown. There are lots of exposure methods contractors can pick from, based on the look desired and dimensions of the task. Just the top of the stone is exposed while the rest stays permanently embedded in the cement. The general practice is to take out the surface mortar to a depth of no more than a third. Some of the most common methods of exposed aggregate concrete styling include: brushing and washing, using surface retarder and abrasive blasting.

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Experts in Exposed Aggregate Concrete Designs

Exposed aggregate concrete is made when the plain, unremarkable surface gets stripped away to show the unique patterns lying underneath. In the example of concrete, this appeal is in the shape of cosmetic aggregate exposed using manual or spraying techniques. The procedure of exposing aggregate has existed since the early 1900s and is still popular today. An exposed aggregate finish provides numerous benefits to modern builders and we're still discovering creative ways to bring exposed aggregate to another level.

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