Resurface Pitted or Blemished Concrete
Jim in Colorado, what’s happening at your house?
JIM: I basically live in a house that was built in the 1970s. And the concrete around the house on the patios, the sidewalks and the staircases coming into the house has basically pitted; has little pock marks all over it. And I’m trying to figure out exactly what I can do to (sighs) I guess bring life back to it. So, fill those holes and basically resurface it in some way without taking a jackhammer outside. (Leslie chuckles)
TOM: We can help you fix that. There’s a product called AboCrete that’s specifically designed for this exact situation. It’s an epoxy patching and resurfacing cement and grout. And basically you mix it up and it flows on. You trowel it out and you can use a thick roller with it to kind of get it looking just right. And once it dries, you get great adhesion to the original surface and it looks totally new. And that’s the product that I would recommend.
JIM: Oh, that sounds great. Does it come in any type of colors?
TOM: It can be colored. And you can add that in the mix.
JIM: Oh, wonderful. That’s awesome. I really appreciate it, you guys.
TOM: You’re welcome. Thanks so much for calling us at 888-MONEY-PIT.
LESLIE: I like it. The company sounds all space age. Abatron. (chuckling)
TOM: Abatron with AboCrete.