Yes it can. We have products today that effectively penetrate the surface once any sealers have been removed. There are a multitude of colors and multi color applications that may be use to achieve your desired look.
he key to this process being done correctly rests in the hands of the skilled applicator who demonstrates the artistic ability and passion to deliver you your request. Literally this is an art form,as such one with an artistic eye is a must to assure a great end result. http://split-rok.com
Today we have multiple ways to either change the color of your stamped concrete of enhance what you have to make it new again. Been repairing and redoing stamped concrete for over 30 years with a perfect record of excellence. We install new and also can repair any issue you might be having with your stamped concrete.
Call us today at 732-915-6391 direct to Owner Ted Mechnick Happy to assist you.
Ted Mechnick Ted@split-rok.com
I am writing this article not to bash Thompsons sealer but it has its place and it is not to reseal stamped concrete. Getting more and more emails about problems associated with homeowners using it over there pure acrylic resin based sealers with plain pure acrylic or stironated acrylic. Will not work.
As a matter of fact once on will not come off with any stripper like Zep degreaser, Are you kidding. Home Depot and Lowe’s to name a couple of big chains sell it continually to customers. Trust me once used game over . You might get lucky once and I get homeowners want to save a buck since it’s hard to find people to reseal properly even those who in some cases install stamped concrete.
We have developed over 33 years of installing and repairing stamped concrete a method of resealing that is foolproof.
I don’t respond to inquiries here since I can not follow all the questions asked through word press and although I have used it for years have no clue how to use it fully since it’s above my pay grade. I digress. I can be contacted at Ted@split-rok.com where I can help if needed. This can be a costly mistake if you do not heed this warning.
Also beware not to use water based sealers over resin based sealers. Resealing it might sound odd but it’s not as easy as it might seem. Use the right product and you get the best results.
Split-rok construction owned and operated by Ted Mechnick for over 30 years is now putting a repair package together for contractors interested in repairing all the issues related Stamped Concrete.
It has come to my attention that a lot of bad practices are happening in the industry related poor resealing, poor coloring and in general poor installation. Having seen all issues over my career. I feel it’s time for those like me who have devoted all their efforts in providing only the best product available to step up and learn all the repair tricks I have learned to enhance their bottom line and better support our industry.
Looking for at minimum 6 qualified Stamped Concrete contractors who are interested in signing up to learn what I have over the years and get generated leads from us in your location.
This is a serious opportunity for those who want to learn how to correct your issues and be recognized as I am as a solution guy.
I can be reached at 732-915-6391 for all the details.
I am writing this article to make a case for paying a bit more for your Stamped Concrete or other Decorative Products.
We have recently been repairing many bad stamped concrete jobs done by others due to our 30 plus years of experience. Haven’t found many that I can’t repair unless so bad that removal and replacement is the only option.
Low price will generally guarantee poor quality do to cost cutting by the installer to get the job. The sad part is that low strength concrete, lack of proper reinforcing, poor crack prevention due to lack of control cuts, poor coloring process, poor base and poor sealing application
Sadly the problems don’t show up until the check has cleared or after the first winter freeze when cracks will appear, peeling surface or whitening of sealer. These are but a few issues.
We have recently resealed two of our projects one from 1992 the other from the year 2000 both with no cracks. The one from 1992 even blows me away.
If you were to breakdown the cost over the lifetime of the job and added in the resale appeal I think that even paying $1000 more would be a great investment since stamped concrete will outlast pavers consistently if maintained properly. Resealing in most cases is all that is needed.
Please be advised that after all these years in business that it still amazes me that some Stamped Concrete Contractors have no integrity. It’s not always about the money. You either love doing this or you don’t!
Split-Rok Construction Co.
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I have been in the concrete business for over 40 years and if there is one call I never want to receive its a customer calling to ask what they can do about an oil stain on their new driveway. For years we have tried many cleaners and processes hoping they would at minimum reduce the stain.
I am happy to say that finally due to an accident that someone had on a new slab we poured that through researching the internet and the Decorative Concrete Forum I finally have on that works 100% not only on oil but on other concrete stains as well. The attached pictures tell the story. One set of giant stain from someone throwing dirty water on fresh concrete and 18 year old oil stain in my garage.
We are now factory reps for this product. If you have an interest in purchasing this product I can be reached at 732-915-6391
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After. Not rinsed yet. I think it’s amazing with no effort at all.
I am getting more calls to strip and reseal stamped concrete this year than ever.
Unfortunately many are do to do it yourselfers who think they can go to Home Depot by any sealer and just roll it on.
Please believe me I almost wish this were possible but once done incorrectly in a short time a vistor shows up to your home. His name is The truth. Resealing needs to assessed and addressed by a professional.
To keep this real simple I am going to leave all ways to contact me for FREE professional advice.
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Don’t be foolish and think I’m writing this for nothing better to do.
This is a serious problem that can be addressed if done properly.
Clear sealer turns white if new incompatible sealer is applied to it.
It’s not a joke. Thousands that you spent to have your stamped concrete installed and one misstep and your removing it.