SunSand – Colored Acrylic Coating
Sunsand is regarded as one of the most economical textured system available as part of the Sundek product line. This acrylic texture is perfect for driveways, walkways, entries, pool decks, patios, interiors, exteriors, as well as residential and commercial spaces. The SunSand method incorporates the same process and materials as the other Sundek finishes but with glass beads and aluminum oxide to finalize the texture creating a safe and slip free environment. Protecting against pollutants, weather, and salts Sun Surfaces of Orlando offers an economically friendly solution to your concrete needs. The overlays can take a credit-card thin layer, or withstand numerous layers without affecting the quality. With acrylic blends, attributes such as bond strength as well as UV resistance are heightened.
As an amenity to outdoors living, pool areas, or cooking areas, concrete patios have become furnished areas full of decoration. That decoration should be matched with sophisticated groundwork. The addition of decorative options to concrete patios not only upgrades the value of backyards and homes as investments, but creates authentic looks of cobblestones, slate, or other stones, the colors of which can be altered to compliment any decorations or outdoor furniture. Different styles as well as colors or patterns can provide a different feel for each outdoor space, and any concrete patio. Spanish-style homes are best suited for concrete which can withstand and insulate against sun. The use of the glass beads technology integrated within the acrylic coating makes concrete able to withstand the natural elements. With coastal style homes, the exterior concrete driveway serves not only as a means of elevation, but needs to be able to withstand high winds and salty air. Lower maintenance with high durability are key, making the SunSand environmental option perfect for creating traction in poor weather.
To apply the SunSand option, your concrete area is pressure washed so that any debris or dirt is removed. After this, a layer of epoxy primer is applied which ensures that there is a chemical bond. The fine glass beads are added to the hopper and then combined with the acrylic finishing coat so that your surface is now topped with traction.