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Why Elite Crete Systems?

Learn why architects are specifying HERMETIC™ Neat, Flake and Quartz Floors for medical facilities and hospitals.

Read Elite Crete post at https://www.facebook.com/elitecretesystems/posts/10155786320492214

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Got cracks in your basement floor?

This cracked up basement floor was beautifully restored by us here at Hardscapes Inc.

After grinding and patching, our client’s floor received an overlay of Elite Crete’s thin Finish. Once dry, it was stained for a gorgeous titanium mottling. Top coated with Elite Crete E100 PT1 epoxy and a satin polyurethane, this floor will stand up to the daily abuse of kids, toys, pets etc.

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Canada Celebrates a Milestone 150 Years

In honour of Canada 150, festivities will be taking place all over Calgary to get you into the celebratory spirit!

Lots of fun, food and fanfare for kids of all ages! From the Music Mile in the Inglewood, East Village, and Victoria Park neighbourhoods, to Princess Island, local parks and museums, Fort Calgary, the Science Centre, the Calgary Zoo, and so much more…

Come on out and join in on the fun ; ) For more details visit: 
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High performance surfaces & flooring #concrete

Hardscapes Inc. can restore and rejuvenate a wide range of surfaces with a wide range of products and systems. We have a solution for your concrete patio, driveway, staircase, basement floor, garage or any type of concrete structure.

There are many ways to finish concrete to your desired appearance. Some of the attractive finishes we specialize in are decorative concrete overlays, engraved and stained concrete floors, garage floor coatings, and industrial/commercial floor coatings.
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Fathers Day
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Be Prepared #concrete

The devil is always in the details. In the case of resurfacing your garage floor. The most important detail is preparation.

It doesn't matter whether your garage floor is fifty years old or part of a million dollar lottery home, if you're going to update the concrete you have to prepare the surface properly.

Hardscapes Inc. has a reputation for making sure every surface turns out like a million bucks.
Watch the Video...https://youtu.be/_N0v_eoHS4o
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How to Cure Concrete #concrete

Helpful Tips

Stopping freshly poured concrete from drying out too quickly is called curing. If left to dry on its own accord, concrete will not develop the full bond between all of its ingredients. It will be weaker and crack mill crack more. The surface might not be as hard as it should be.
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Thinking of adding curb appeal to your front entrance?

This front entrance was remodelled in just two days. We widened it a foot by using a fast cure TF structural concrete mortar. We then beautified it using our TF polyaspartic river rock topping. This new product outperforms traditional epoxy stone products by offering 100% UV stability and no need for annual re-coats.

For more information...http://concretecanada.com/thinking-of-adding-curb-appeal-to-your-front-entrance/
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Happy Mom’s Day!
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Does your driveway have oil or transmission fluid stains?

Ever wonder what stains your driveway more, oil or transmission fluid?

Quite honestly it doesn’t really matter. Either one will leave a nasty stain. If you leave it too long or you have a chronic problem with your vehicle it may be embedded in the cement permanently.

Read More...http://concretecanada.com/does-your-driveway-have-oil-or-transmission-fluid-stains/

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