I believed I stripped the cream off of a couple of driveways using a 4x4 machine and a 15 inch surface cleaner. Pics are below. 4th pic is a before picture showing the state of the concrete before I washed showing there was some damage beforehand, the concrete gets a lot of direct sunlight and is 20 yrs old. The lighter orangeish colored portions are more dug in than the grey color.
I know there is no way to replace concrete cream but am wondering if anyone has improved the appearance of concrete in this condition without laying an aggregate and spreading quikcrete. I’m thinking about trying a tinted sealer. Any tips appreciated. Thanks.
@TexasPressureWashing, do you have a concrete cleaning contract as well? Lol. Need to make sure you have something in there about the concrete potentially looking splotchy under all the mold/mildew/dirt.
For example Hiscox and Joseph D Walters do not cover walking on roofs. They do allow you to wash the roof but from the ground or a ladder and no higher than 36ft. Frank Crum covers roof work. Expect to pay $1800-1900 a year (my quote in Texas)
Erie Insurance is another good insurance many washers use but it’s not in Texas.