Flooring in Progression
Some Photos of the Flooring Process
Can you believe it? This is our DRIVEWAY NOW!!! It was a tired pitted mess before the Granicrete overlayement system was applied. The driveway was structurally sound to start with.
This is our garage floor before Granicrete was applied to it!
Because we had applied an epoxy paint, it would NOT be removed with just power washing. A special grinder was rented. Most of the time, power washing with a heavy duty power washer, is all of the prep work needed. Many homeowners save money by doing simple prep work themselves.
Anothe view of the first layer and the design taped.
Just like natural stone, the entire area has variations, making it even more natural looking!
This is before the sealer was applied
What ideas can you come up with for your home?
Our Basement Floor, BEFORE! UGLY!!!!
Second layer applied, before removal of the tape.
This doesn't look like much right now!
We're getting almost done!
Pictures just don't do the product any justice.
The first layer is applied, and the design is taped to the first layer.
With your project, you choose the effect that you want. There are many ways to make different designs with the tape. The larger the area is, a larger design is suggested. Our driveway design is much larger for more visual interest. We also used many different colors to show different stains to choose from.
This is the second layer after pulling up the tape. Note how this makes the "grooves".
Whatever you choose, your GRANICRETE project is uniquely custom!
A closer look with the sealer on.
First Layer and Design Taped
For visual interest, the design
was placed at an angle
During the tape removal step.
This is how you can
get different effects
that look like stone
Faux Travertine Floor
Like Faux Painting,
different effects create
As I said, the pictures really don't show the beauty!