Each option has its pros and cons, and offers solutions depending on how you live in that space. The primary differences are the physical properties of overlays vs concrete pours or pavers. Overlays are relatively thin, about the thickness of a coin up to 1/4″, where as new concrete pours….
Arrowhead Deck provides beautiful decorative concrete surfaces that are lasting and require minimal maintenance. Regular washing with a high-pressure nozzle prevent dirt and stains on the finish, while using a squeegee or push broom to remove standing water is the most effective method of minimizing mineral deposits. Water with high….
Why Deck Resurfacing Helps Business If decks are an integral part of your business’s appearance, then you should consider resurfacing options. Decks are prime locations for outdoor social events or to showcase what your business does. Like any other part of your business or home, proper maintenance is key. Deck….
Considering that the first man-made swimming pool dates back 5,000 years ago, pools have come a long way. That first pool was called the “Great Bath.” Located in modern-day Pakistan at the archaeological site of Mohenjo-Daro, archaeologists report that it was lined with bricks and covered with a tar-based sealant.….
Do Concrete Floors Need Protection? In a word: Yes! Concrete is formed by a combination of cement, water, and construction aggregate. When hardened, it is one of the few materials strong enough to withstand heavy traffic, chemicals, or abrasion. This makes concrete perfect for floors in warehouse facilities and manufacturing….
Arrowhead Deck and Concrete LLC has offered concrete resurfacing services for more than 20 years. In the process, we have become a preferred contractor for deck resurfacing, concrete coatings, garage surfaces, stairways, walkways and ramps, and pool area repairs in industrial and commercial environments. We can help enhance the interior….
About every 5-7 years you’ll need to clear coat the deck to prevent cracking and fading. The clear coat will waterproof, seal, and even restore the color of the coating. Moisture penetration is the primary cause of damage to concrete coatings, however in Arizona’s harsh summers the sun can eat….