Architectural (Smooth Sandblast, Salt & Pepper) Finish
Architectural Finish Concrete
At Concrete Experts, we can provide you with every kind of concrete finish! Architectural finish, also known as Smooth Sandblast or Salt & Pepper, blends the worlds of architectural sophistication and innovative design. Immerse your residential or commercial spaces in a harmonious fusion of texture and elegance, creating a lasting impression that transcends conventional aesthetics.
To create this look, our skilled craftsmen will give the concrete a smooth finish, then remove a thin layer of the “skin” of the concrete to reveal only the tops of the aggregates within the concrete.
Why choose Architectural (Smooth Sandblast) Finish Concrete?
- Sleek Elegance with a Touch of Texture: Experience the best of both worlds – a refined, smooth surface that is complemented by a subtle texture, creating a visually appealing and tactile finish.
- Versatile Applications: From interior accent walls to exterior facades, our Architectural Finish Concrete seamlessly integrates into various architectural elements, enhancing both indoor and outdoor spaces.
- Craftsmanship Beyond Expectations: Rely on the expertise of our craftsmen to meticulously craft each surface, ensuring a flawless and consistent finish that exceeds your expectations.
- Timeless Beauty, Long-lasting Durability: Enjoy the enduring beauty of architectural finish concrete that not only stands up to the test of time but also elevates the longevity of your project.
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Smooth Sandblast vs Other Concrete Finishes
Choosing between Smooth Sandblast, Exposed Aggregate, and Standard Broom finishes involves considering distinct aesthetics and functionalities. Smooth Sandblast balances elegance with a subtle texture, offering a sophisticated look. Exposed Aggregate showcases natural stones for a rugged yet visually striking appearance. Standard Broom Finish provides a classic, textured surface for slip resistance and utilitarian appeal. Each finish caters to different preferences, with the choice depending on desired aesthetics, texture levels, and functional requirements.