SCSI Concrete Intallation Process
Day 1 Setup:
- Removal/Demo of existing surface; grass, dirt, clay etc.
- Forming/grading of project areas
- Compaction of base
Day 2 Pour:
- Wire mesh throughout concrete
- Pouring of 6-bag mix (4,000 psi) 4″ thick with customers selection of base color mixed into concrete truck
- Finishing of the concrete
- Stamping of concrete with customers selected pattern
- Secondary color (release agent) is broadcasted onto surface of finished concrete. The secondary color highlights the texture and grout lines giving a realistic marble look.
- Concrete cures overnight depending on weather conditions.
Day 3 Wash/Seal/Saw cut/Completion of job:
- Saw cutting control joints in concrete
- Removal of all forms/debris from jobsite when job is completed
- Power washing of excess release agent after the concrete cures
- Acrylic sealer with anti-slip agent is applied to stamped concrete to protect it from weather conditions and gives it a satin finish.
Regular concrete doesn’t include sealer or color unless specified on contract.
Exposed agg does include sealer but not color unless specified on contract.
Timeframes may vary and not be consecutive depending on weather conditions, scheduling concrete, size of projects and permits if needed.
Stamped concrete, often called textured or imprinted concrete, replicates stones, such as slate and flagstone, tile, brick and even wood. The wide variety of pattern and color choices make it popular for beautifying patios, pool decks, driveways and more. Additionally, it’s an affordable paving option that requires less maintenance than other materials.
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