Frequently Asked Questions About Concrete Overlays From Virginia Homeowners

Concrete Overlays with Masonry effects

Concrete Overlays with Masonry effects

When it comes to concrete overlays, it is common for homeowners in Virginia to have a lot of questions. After all, they want to achieve a specific look for different areas of their houses. For that reason, they need answers to help them make the right decisions. The following are some of the most frequently asked questions, followed by answers provided by industry experts.

  • Is it possible to apply decorative overlays on an existing concrete surface in my Virginia home?

Absolutely. However, for this, you need a concrete surface without any major damage. One of the key benefits of overlays is the fact that they resurface a variety of areas like driveways, patios, walkways, pool decks, floors, and more. In fact, overlays are a perfect choice for hiding slight surface imperfections and preventing more serious problems from developing.

  • Can Sundek create unique patterns and textures in concrete overlays?
Concrete Patio with Sundek System

Concrete Patio with Sundek System

Again, the answer is yes. In fact, for textures and patterns, there are virtually no limitations. You can also have overlays colored, giving you the opportunity to customize the look based on your specific criteria. Keep in mind that because every overlay system is unique, as are the tools professionals use, the options for textures, patterns, and colors vary accordingly. For instance, using a product like SunCanvas, which is an architectural microtopping, the expert can use a broad range of tools to create any design effect.

  • Can I have concrete overlays stamped inside and outside of my home?

You can, which allows you to choose from many gorgeous designs that replicate the look of brick, stone, river rock, wood, slate, flagstone, and more. You can also select from multiple colors. With this, the installer can use a template for a more standard design or create a custom mat specifically for you. Regardless, you end up with a seamless surface without grout lines. This looks fantastic for both inside and outside applications.