Halifax Concrete Refinishing
stamped concrete, decorative concrete, concrete repair, concrete finishing, concrete refinishing Halifax NS
Halifax Concrete Refinishing has been in the industry for many years. We are a market leader. We pride ourselves on providing the highest quality workmanship and high-quality products. Our team is committed to providing exceptional customer service and service excellence. Our stamped concrete patio designs have been known for leaving our customers speechless. The Halifax community is well known for singing our praises and we are proud to deliver on our promises.
You might be wondering what concrete finishing is. The short answer is concrete finishing is a thin section concrete overlay that has special bonding agents mixed into the cement. It is poured on existing surfaces and smoothed out with different kinds of techniques and styles to create a smooth new surface. If you are thinking of bland, grey, industrial-looking concrete floors, then we can help correct and educate you and the latest modern-looking trend.
Not only have concrete finishing taken over the top-spot for modern-day floors, but it is also known to be one of the most stylish and durable solutions for your floors.
Halifax Concrete Refinishing
6227 Coburg Rd, Unit 5Halifax Nova Scotia B3H 1Z8Canada
Halifax commonly refers to: Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada Halifax, West Yorkshire, England Halifax (bank), a British bankHalifax may also refer to: == Places == === Australia === Halifax, Queensland, a coastal town in the Shire of Hinchinbrook Halifax Bay, a bay south of the town of Halifax === Canada === ==== Nova Scotia ==== Halifax, Nova Scotia, the capital city of the province Downtown Halifax Halifax Peninsula, part of the core of the municipality Mainland Halifax, a region of the municipality Halifax (electoral district), a federal electoral district Halifax (provincial electoral district), a provincial electoral district Halifax County, Nova Scotia, the county dissolved into the regional municipality in 1996 Halifax Harbour, a saltwater harbour Halifax West, a federal electoral district since 1979 ==== Prince Edward Island ==== Halifax Parish, Prince Edward Island ==== British Columbia ==== Halifax Range, a mountain range === United Kingdom === Halifax, West Yorkshire, England Halifax (UK Parliament constituency) === United States === Halifax, Kentucky, an unincorporated community in Allen County Halifax, Massachusetts, in Plymouth County Halifax (MBTA station) Halifax, Missouri Halifax, North Carolina Halifax County, North Carolina Halifax, Pennsylvania, a borough in Dauphin County Halifax Township, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania Halifax, Vermont, in Windham County Halifax, Virginia Halifax County, Virginia (named for George Montague-Dunk, 2nd Earl of Halifax) Halifax area, in Florida Halifax River, in Florida (named for George Montague-Dunk, 2nd Earl of Halifax) == People == Halifax (name), including a list of people and characters with the name == Arts, entertainment, and media == === Music === Halifax (band), an American rock band "Halifax", a song by Pete Yorn from ArrangingTime == Brands and enterprises == Halifax (bank), part of the Lloyds Banking Group Halifax (Ireland), part of the Lloyds Banking Group == Military == HMCS Halifax, the name of two Canadian naval vessels HMCS Halifax (FFH 330), the lead ship of the Halifax class Halifax-class frigate, of the Canadian Navy HMCS Halifax (K237), a World War II Flower-class corvette for convoy escort duties HMS Halifax, the name of several Royal Navy ships HMS Halifax (1756), a 22-gun sloop launched in 1756 and captured by the French in the same year at Oswego HMS Halifax (1768), a 10-gun schooner originally built for merchant service at Halifax, Nova Scotia in 1765 HMS Halifax (1775), a schooner purchased in 1775 and sold 1780 HMS Halifax (1780), an 18-gun sloop, originally USS Ranger, renamed after the ship was captured from the United States Navy on 11 May 1780, and sold in 1781, HMS Halifax (1782), a 10-gun schooner purchased in 1782 and sold in 1784 HMS Halifax (1800), a 10-gun brig, the captured French Marie, renamed from HMS Mary in 1800 and sold in 1802.
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