Local Concrete Contractor Gives Businesses a Safety Upgrade

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Sundek of Washington is providing non-slip, textured concrete surfaces to businesses and residences in and around the Washington DC Metro Area.

Commercial Decorative Concrete by Sundek of Washington

Commercial Decorative Concrete by Sundek of Washington

Our refinished concrete surfaces provide greater peace of mind for business owners.

Business owners in the Washington DC area are turning to Sundek of Washington for their expertise in upgrading outdated or damaged concrete surfaces. Left as is, these cracked, pitted or flaking surfaces not only detract from a business’s visual appeal, they can be a safety hazard as well.

Sundek of Washington is offering complete concrete refinishing services, a system which resurfaces any flawed concrete, providing a smooth, even surface that can be further customized utilizing the latest decorative concrete industry techniques. These include concrete overlays, which incorporate coloring, stamping and adding texture to concrete to create unique, custom surfaces able to complement a wide variety of styles.

Washington DC area business owners appreciate the safety factor of decorative concrete. Sundek of Washington can easily add a non-slip texture to any concrete surface, providing a safe environment for clients, customers and suppliers, even under wet conditions. “Our refinished concrete surfaces provide greater peace of mind for business owners,” says Sundek of Washington owner, Dick Krach.

Sundek of Washington has been providing decorative concrete services in Maryland, Virginia, and DC areas for over 30 years. They work with both residential and commercial clients; creating a broad range of decorative concrete surfaces including stained concrete, epoxy garage flooring, stamped concrete, concrete driveways and patios, concrete pool decks and more. Sundek of Washington is backed by proven systems through the SUNDEK brand.

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