Brush finishes is a type of floor finish creating a rough texture appearance which is non-slip and can be used for a variety of different areas mostly for heavy foot and vehicle traffic such as walkways, driveways , paths and patios.
The Roller Tamp concrete finish is used to create a rough non-slip surface
A common finish for industrial areas, roof screeds and garage flooring finishes is the power float concrete finish. You may opt to apply a colour hardener topping to give a hint of colour to this finish. The final finish is a smooth surface.
This type of finish is mainly used for ramps or any other area having groove V joint borders giving a non-slip finish and a simple concrete look.
Stencil concrete is also decorative and similar to stamped concrete which is ideal for refurbishing pathways, patios, pool decks, street pavements and ramps. The major difference is the technique of creating the design. This system uses paper stencil rather than rubber mats. The finished product looks just like coloured bricks with a natural grey mortar in between. Other patterns are possible depending on availability.
If you’re seeking a natural environment for your outdoor area, our artisans can capture your imagination with replicating rockwork features. Zammit concrete offers the manufacture of artificial rockwork ideal for water features, garden walls, pool areas, ponds etc.
The business was established by Marvin Zammit back in 1999 as self-employed, trading as Stoneage and mainly handling residential jobs. Over the past two decades the business has undertaken many challenging projects and accumulated skills, know-how and expertise in the construction sector.