Absolute Resurfacing

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We invite you to explore the sample gallery of our projects.

We take pride in our work, performing with the highest standards of quality and ethics.
Combining our professional conduct with a creative approach that is sure to please the most distinctive styles.

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1. Concrete poured at different times will always look bad. This job also had cracks and water pooling.

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2. Creating large slaps of slate with an inset decorative boarder gives this entertainment areas a whole new feel. We were also able to fix the cracks and water pooling issues.

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3. This client wasn’t happy with how patchy the exposed aggregate driveway looked.

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4. A sprayed overlay gave him a uniform colour, non slip and a sealed surface for clean-ability. Cost was under half of replacing
the concrete.

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5. An unsighty crack in exposed aggregate can only be repaired by making it look even more noticeable.

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6. An overlay can hide the crack repair and design options are endless. If you look closely you’ll see that we can even match existing tiles.

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7. Steps are rarely poured without imperfections.

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8. We leveled and flushed to get more consistent lines and overlaid with a marble slab look.

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9. Humes in Papakura were upgrading the shower block for the boys.

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10. We provided a non slip decorative quarts flooring solution. Coved up the wall for water tight cleaning and transformed the old painted linings with a very cleanable hydropoxy.

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11. This photo doesn’t really show how bad the floor was, we could sit in some of the holes. We hit dirt while removing all of the rotten concrete.

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12. A concrete urethane overlay provides excellent chemical and heat resistance.

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13. This pool had a new area added which didn’t match the existing pavers and subsidence was causing water to pool.

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14. Pooling problems sorted and now everything matches.

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15. Rust stains and cracks aren’t very attractive.

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16. A non slip sprayed coating covers all of the sins.

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17. Cammels Honey new plant.

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18. Nice cleanable epoxy floor.

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19. Just about to diamond grind the concrete for a large engineering workshop.

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20. Once ground the Rustoleum 9100 roll coat system performs really well.

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We diamond ground this slab and cut a decorative feature in. Acid stains bring the shapes to life.

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Once sealed the colours are permanent and cleanable.

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Normal concrete with drain installed.

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Ucrete non slip finish coved up the walls. Perfect for the business area of a butcher shop.

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These tiles were far too slippery for the back of a butcher shop.

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With only a weekend to complete the job, we prepared the tiles and applied the non slip Ucrete straight over top.

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Removing slippery tiles.

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Non slip yet cleanable for the finished result.

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This customer had slippery tiles at the entrance way. We resurfaced straight overtop with a non slip spray texture.

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Trowelled cement borders and feature with non slip spray system gives huge street appeal for a modest cost.

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This New World entrance was dangerously slippery when wet.

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Staged over 3 nights to allow for normal trading, a new non slip, yet cleanable flooring solution using Nuplex rapid drying resins.

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Old tannery workshop floor eaten away by chemicals.

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Once we have worked our magic you would never know how bad it was. Uroxys AUSF Urethane over epoxy primer.

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Celestial apartments on Anzac, a light grind to clean the concrete.

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After staining and sealing the desired look was achieved. The welcome lettering in all of the different languages were created with stencils.

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Leaving an additive out of this 45mm concrete pour meant no end of cracking.

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Our repair systems provide a long term fix and our overlay finishes provide the perfect look and feel for this designer.

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Epoxy roll coats are hard wearing and give a long lasting upbeat look.

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Epoxy finishes perform as well, if not better than wooden floors but are much cheaper.

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They love their natural river stone down south. Will give most things a go. This was made in three separate panels and fitted together on site.

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The bench matches the floor, A template from the sign writer helped us to create the logo. This is a 2 mm overlay on top of chipboard.

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Deisel and turbo had replaced their flooring twice over five years as moisture coming up and the chemicals were destroying the vinyl’s they were using.

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Workshop floors take a pounding, but Uroxsys AUSF performs very well.

Sika cement based overlay with clear urethane finish.

Plain white cement based overlay, sometimes less is more, actually has a golf ball texture to it.

Food preparation areas need flooring to be non slip and clean-ability. These two features are almost a contradiction, how do you clean a gritty surface? The Degadur decorative quarts system works a treat, lt feels like it would be difficult to clean but is actually easy with the correct approach.

Existing factories don’t want to close down while flooring is replaced. The Degadur product cures in hours allowing jobs to be carried out overnight, ready for trading in the morning.

This is a decorative pebble finish. Graded pebble can be used natural or dyed and templates can be made to create almost anything.

Waitakere council had a wooden walkway that was too slippery.
Resins over wood exposed to the weather don’t  usually last too well.
But we have flexible resins that will perform in this situation.

This customer was creating an old english courtyard, resurfacing the shabby concrete made a huge difference.

If you look closely you’ll see cracks. The customer didn’t want to fork out for crack repairs so we flaunted them and added a few more for consistency. The  feature around the drain looks 3D.

Stone carpet looks and feels great underfoot. This was $2000, due to alloy work and using expensive pebble, but worth every cent in the right location.

The Bluestone Room in Auckland City. They were putting real stone down elsewhere but could not cut the door down anymore so an overlay at 2mm thick that matched was a perfect solution.

We ground and sealed the steps and applied the safety strips for a very in vogue look. This type of works is done on a charge up.

Honed and sealed block looks very modern.

Decorative overlays look great on walls and are very easy to clean.

Looks old but is actually brand new. With cement based overlay designs colours and textures are only limited to your imagination.

This concrete bench was poorly finished. We overlaid it to look like concrete. May sound silly, but made a world of difference to the end result.

The chippy poured this in place and threw in pebble and shell. After diamond grinding and sealing all is revealed.

Diamond Polish systems have many names now, we call ours Mirror-crete. Unlike a sealer which will have maintenance coats, this is a one off lifetime system.

Diamond polishing can be done without exposing the stone. It leaves the concrete very smooth and easy to clean with good stain resistance.

Another polish without exposure, we chemically harden the cement matrix to enable this finish. It gets so hard that you would struggle to scratch it with a screwdriver.

This floor was laid with white cement and oxide and a nice pebble mix. The mirror-crete system shows it off and protects it perfectly.

Concrete benches are very in vogue, this vanity is actually overlaid wood.

The floor of this bathroom carries on into the bath and up the walls, very unique and artistic look. With no grout lines this is so easy to clean.

This shower has been resurfaced to look like tiles, but as the grout lines are not real grout they are much more cleanable and don’t crack like normal grout.

We can throw almost anything into concrete bench tops. In this case we have matched the pebble on the walls.

This is my computer desk. The light oak colour didn’t match the decor. Decorative cement overlays stick really well, so now it looks like brown slate.

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