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River Rock – Natural Stone Overlay

River Rock – Natural Stone Overlay

Natural Stone Overlay – Concrete Resurfacing

This beautifully unique product has been impressing customers since the very beginning. Our natural stone, also known as River Rock, is a small pebbled stone mixed with our epoxy and hand troweled over your existing concrete. River Rock is not only beautiful and eye catching, it is also very strong and durable, holding up to the toughest conditions Colorado has to offer. The application process of the River Rock is custom to each job, meaning the river rock is hand troweled over any concrete surface at a quarter inch to a half inch thickness. River Rock can help cover up pitted, cracked, spalling, stained and heaving concrete, and it is slip resistant. River Rock Resurfacing has a wide variety of colors to choose from, we can create custom blends to help match any existing décor. Vertical applications, border options and custom designs are also available. Our typical install is cheaper than tearing out and replacing your boring old concrete.

The Natural Stone wears well in basements, garages, laundry rooms, utility rooms, storage rooms, workshops, pools, spas, sun rooms, basically anywhere there is plain boring concrete, River Rock will spruce it up. It is smooth on bare feet, extremely durable and pet friendly. It is mold, mildew, and bacteria resistant, and it is also slip resistant. River Rock is easy to clean; vacuum and mop, stain resistant, and doesn’t show wear and tear in high traffic area. For exterior installs, River Rock lasts twenty plus years, for interior use it could last a life time.

The Natural Stone goes well on porches, patios, walkways, pool decks, driveways, garages, stairs, and access ramps. During our install process we install a thick layer of epoxy primer. This primer helps keep the stone stuck to the concrete but also creates a water tight barrier on top of the concrete, eliminating water penetration and future freeze thaw damage to the substrate, which in turn helps preserve the natural stone. Cleaning is a breeze and all you’ll need is a hose and a jet spray nozzle.