Standard Broom-Finish Concrete

Broom Finish Concrete

At Concrete Experts, we don’t just create concrete surfaces; we craft them with precision and care. Our process begins with excavation, where we prepare the subgrade to support the slab. We understand that a strong subgrade is the key to longevity, so we meticulously prepare it, incorporating a robust layer of gravel to provide stability and facilitate proper drainage.

But we don’t stop there – durability is our priority. We reinforce our projects with steel or fiberglass reinforcement, ensuring your concrete structure can withstand the test of time in our cold climate. While this is taking place we are setting up forms, creating the framework for the concrete to take shape. Our skilled team meticulously aligns the forms to outline the shape, slope and design of the concrete. 

Finally, it’s time for the magic to happen. We pour the concrete, expertly brushing the surface to achieve that desirable slip-resistant texture, making it a perfect choice for driveways, sidewalks, and patios. The advantages are clear – broom finish concrete is cost-effective, low maintenance, and provides essential slip resistance for safety. Our commitment to craftsmanship, combined with practicality, ensures that your concrete project not only fulfills its function but also stands as a testament to quality and durability.

With Concrete Experts, you’re not just getting a concrete surface; you’re investing in a long-lasting, safe, and aesthetically pleasing addition to your property. Your vision, our expertise, a partnership that delivers results built to last.

Gallery: Broom Finish Projects

Broomed vs Other Concrete Finishes

Broom finish concrete stands as a practical and versatile choice in the world of concrete finishes. While other finishes may emphasize elaborate aesthetics or unique textures, broom finish concrete excels in its simplicity and utility. Its textured surface provides essential slip resistance, making it a preferred option for outdoor spaces, such as driveways, sidewalks, and pool decks. This practicality, combined with its cost-effectiveness and low maintenance, positions broom finish as a reliable and resilient choice. However, for those seeking more decorative or intricate designs, finishes like stamped, exposed, or textured trowel may better suit their aesthetic preferences. In the end, the choice depends on the specific needs and visual goals of the project, with broom finish standing strong as a dependable and functional option.

Sectional vs Entire Replacement

When it comes to addressing deteriorating concrete surfaces, the choice between sectional and entire replacement is a decision that holds both practical and environmental implications. At Concrete Experts, we understand that replacing an entire concrete area may seem like the most straightforward solution, but it’s not always the most economical or eco-friendly option.

Sectional replacement, a more targeted approach, can often be the better choice. It allows us to address specific problem areas while preserving the integrity of the rest of the surface. Not only does this save you time and money, but it also minimizes the environmental impact associated with demolishing and replacing an entire area.

Consider this: by opting for sectional replacement, you’re reducing waste, saving on materials, and curbing the carbon footprint associated with concrete production and disposal. It’s a responsible choice for those who want to balance practicality with environmental consciousness.

At Concrete Experts, we’re here to help you make the best decision for your project, one that not only meets your needs but also aligns with your commitment to a greener future. Choose the smarter, more sustainable choice. Choose Concrete Experts!




We recommend sealing your new concrete as soon as it is placed and 1-2 more times in the first five years. When concrete is newer, it is much more susceptible to salt and freezing damage. Over time, the concrete will become more and more impervious to the environmental factors it is exposed to. We have a variety of sealers that we use depending on the application including a cure and seal specially purposed for brand-new concrete. If you have questions about sealer please get in touch with us and ask to speak with our sealing manager for more in depth questions about sealing concrete.


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