About

Split-Rok Construction Company was established in 1985. After years of installing regular concrete we were presented with the opportunity to learn how to do stamped concrete.  From the beginning we have been installing some of the best stamped concrete in our area and are constantly trying to improve the process by keeping up with the latest industry improvements and improving our process to achieve the most natural look possible. We are highly skilled in working with color combinations and also the mixing of patterns.  Take a look at what some of our customers have to say on our testimonials page of our website.

We do offer design assistance to those choosing to get more elaborate in the use of multiple colors to achieve a more natural look for a small charge.

When we we have completed your job: “YOU WILL NEVER BELIEVE IT’S CONCRETE”

 

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Our Mission: 

 

To exceed our client’s expectations and deliver the finest Decorative Concrete Products possible, while using the latest advancements in materials and craftsmanship to achieve our goal.  We never cut corners since quality and service is our standard.

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12 thoughts on “About

    • Christine
      We do not ever recommend using acid. If absolutely necessary it must be nutralized using baking soda to bring the concrete back to a neural ph otherwise overlay might lift. Also moisture tests are a must. Tests can easily be performed and if to much moisture is present can sometimes be correct by first applying a moisture guard prior to overlay installation.
      I can be reached at 732-915-6391 if you need further help.

      • Christine
        We do not ever recommend using acid. If absolutely necessary it must be nutralized using baking soda to bring the concrete back to a neural ph otherwise overlay might lift. Also moisture tests are a must. Tests can easily be performed and if to much moisture is present can sometimes be correct by first applying a moisture guard prior to overlay installation.
        I can be reached at 732-915-6391 if you need further help.

  1. Hello,
    My name is Christine and I live on a river in a mostly warm or hot climate. I recently had an issue with mold contamination in my a/c unit, so had the carpets ripped out of my 3rd floor condo, and will be replacing with a more “bacteria/mold friendly” flooring. I thought a concrete overlay would be the way to go! (and the subfloor is already concrete as well), but now, am worried. I read that concrete can retain moisture, and that also walls will then absorb that moisture and create an environment inside the sheetock for mold growth. I am VERY concerned now! I am already in the process of having the overlay done- the first layer was just poured! The second will on Monday. They have not done any moisture tests, nor do I think there were any other water resisting agents added to the concrete mix (I watched it being mixed,) and the under layer / existing concrete was washed with an acid wash. This particular concrete person specializes in outdoor jobs, so I do not believe his normal work is in indoor environments. What do I need to consider- to prevent any moisture issues from happening and to make sure my condo stays dry!? I don’t want my walls to absorb ANY moisture! And I certainly can’t risk any possibility of mold growth! Prevention of mold is the whole reason I am changing the floors to begin with- I was going to do vinyl plank but then changed my mind- had I read about concrete and moisture issues, I don’t think I would have opted for it as my flooring choice. Do you have any tips? What questions should I ask my concrete person/crew? Will moisture be a problem? The concrete is being laid on the 3rd floor of a condominium. Should I use an industrial dehumidifier during this process in between coats? Thank you so much- if you can possibly offer any advice I would appreciate it so VERY much!!!
    Sincerely,
    Christine

  2. You guys look to take care and love what you do. Our contractor lacked care and concern and has created a nightmare for us. We have a blog up and would love for you to look at our issues and give us advice. Thank you!

  3. My stamped concrete patio has been pitting and spalling since last winter……it has become even worse after this winter. Can this be repaired? It was installed less than 2 years ago. I have photos.

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