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South Shore Gunite Installing exposed aggregate concrete around a swimming pool.
The process we use here is called a seeding process. You can also get the aggregate added to the truck at the plant but that limits the different colors you can use. We have 15 different blends and color styles. The seeding process also ensures that you dont miss a spot because there was a lack of stone in that area.
After we seed it, float it and trowel it we are able to then hose the majority of the cement off the surface to reveal most of the stone. We then go back the next day and do an acid wash to bring out the color.
Yes we have a lot of guys doing this work but this is a pool patio that will have lots of bare feet on it, its not a side walk. we need it to look good and be smooth. Power washing the next day creates a rougher surface that this.
We used a plastic control joint in the video as this is an acceptable practice, we offer saw cuts but they cost more and not everyone wants that.
We understand there are many different ways to do exposed aggregate concrete patios. This is the way that gives us excellent results on a daily basis. This crew will pour 3 or 4 600-2000 SF decks per week all summer with a few 10,000-18,000 SF decks per year.
By Judy 2016-7-26 18:36
Problems can be quickly and effectively resolved, it is worth to be trust and working together.
By Anne 2016-3-08 16:27