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We understand more than just concrete Resurfacing

Our services extend beyond concrete resurfacing and include other works such as commercial and industrial floor coatings, non-slip flooring, safety flooring and chemical resistant flooring

A family-owned business, we’re one of the leading concrete resurfacing and floor work specialists in Perth, Western Australia, driving quality results by using state-of-the-art equipment and years of experience. 

We understand more than just concrete floors – we take the time to listen to you and fulfil all your project and design requirements!

At PM Industries, our highly experienced team have all the skills needed to give you the right advice and use the latest technologies available to carry out all projects.

Please contact us for a free consultation; we will be delighted to visit your home or business and conduct an onsite inspection or offer specification advice. We pride ourselves on providing our clients with the best customer experience and we know how important it is to take the time to fully understand each job and create a unique solution for each project’s requirements.

We’ve built strong relationships with our clients over the years by providing them with unique flooring solutions, and we have built a reputation for quality, integrity, professionalism, and customer satisfaction.

Guaranteed long lasting flooring

We are able to conduct concrete resurfacing with the perfect colour. But that’s not all you get! Using the latest technology, we are able to provide artistic flair on existing concrete surfaces by incorporating patterns and stencils.

If you’re looking to renovate or fix up your concrete in Perth with a solution that guarantees long-lasting finish and high quality, contact us today for an obligation free quote.

We service throughout Perth and Regional Western Australia

We’re specialists in concrete resurfacing and floor works, and regularly work in the residential, commercial and mining sectors.

You Can Trust Us

You can trust us, because we are trusted and endorsed by quality brands such as Crommelin, Fosroc, Wagon Paints, Rhino Linings, Sika and Parchem.

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100% Guarantee

All services come with a 100% Satisfaction guarantee. We’re not happy unless you’re happy!

Only top quality products used

We source our materials from the most reputable manufactures in Australia.

Delivered within timeframe & budget

Working with clients to make their specific deadline and budget requirements.

Over 25 years industry experience

With experience gained throughout the mining and commercial sectors, we have gained a reputation of completing jobs others find too difficult.

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Expertise you can trust

PM Industries is a family-owned business based in Perth, Western Australia. With over 25 years in concrete resurfacing, we provide a range of services for residential, commercial and mining projects.

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What our clients think

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Sam Temple - Project Delivery Manager Cushman & Wakefield

"Pete and his team have been engaged by myself across many industries and site over the last 10 years from Perth to remote WA/NT. They have a long standing reputation for high quality workmanship and ensuring the clients expectation are met no mater how challenging the project can be. They are great at thinking outside the box to ensure a solution can be made to meet all stakeholders requirements. I would have no qualms in engaging them for all projects in the future and will continue to recommend them to anyone where they can help them out"

John - Unique Painting

"We’ve been dealing with Pete and the team for many years now and have always found them to be reliable and responsive, with their attention to detail always at a high standard. We plan on continuing to use PM Industries in the future and have no problem recommending them to others"

Alex Taylor - Director Northfields

"We have been dealing with PM Industries since their commencement and have found them to be a good, honest reliable supplier that always does a great job."

Frequently Asked Questions About Concrete Resurfacing in Perth

The cost of concrete resurfacing varies depending on the type of finish you choose.  

Average costs are as follows:

  • Coloured concrete costs between $70 to $95 per square metre.
  • Pebblecrete costs between $140 to $165 per square metre.
  • Stencilled concrete costs between $100 to $150 per square metre​​.

If you’re looking to kickstart a concreting project, “average” prices can make it hard to know when, where or how to get started. For more accurate pricing tailored to your needs, reach out and speak to a member of the PM Industries team on 0436 837 699.

Resurfacing concrete can be worth it under the right circumstances, offering several benefits that make it an appealing option for many property owners.  

Here are some factors to consider when determining if resurfacing concrete is worth the investment:

  1. Cost-Effectiveness: Resurfacing is typically more affordable than demolishing and replacing concrete. If the existing concrete is structurally sound, resurfacing can give it a new look at a fraction of the cost of replacement.
  2. Aesthetic Improvement: Resurfacing can significantly improve the appearance of your concrete surfaces. With various colours, patterns, and textures available, you can update or enhance your property’s aesthetic appeal and potentially increase its value.
  3. Durability: High-quality concrete resurfacing products are designed to be durable and long-lasting. When properly applied, resurfaced concrete can withstand harsh weather, heavy traffic, and other wear and tear for years.
  4. Quick Transformation: Compared to breaking up and removing existing concrete, and then pouring and curing new concrete, resurfacing is a quicker way to transform the appearance of your driveways, patios, or floors.
  5. Environmental Consideration: By resurfacing instead of replacing, you reduce the amount of waste generated and the need for new materials, making it a more environmentally friendly option.

However, there are also circumstances where resurfacing might not be the best choice:

  • Structural Issues: If the concrete is severely cracked, heaving, or has significant structural problems, resurfacing may not address the underlying issues. In such cases, replacement might be necessary.
  • Longevity Concerns: While resurfacing can extend the life of your concrete, it might not last as long as completely new concrete if the existing surface is in poor condition.

Ultimately, whether resurfacing concrete is worth it depends on the condition of your existing concrete, your budget, and your goals for the space. For more support, speak to a member of the PM Industries team today.

Yes. Old concrete can be resurfaced, provided it is structurally sound. Resurfacing is a process where a new layer of concrete or a concrete overlay is applied over the existing concrete surface.  

This can significantly improve the appearance of old, worn, or damaged concrete, giving it a fresh, new look. However, there are several important considerations to keep in mind:

  • Condition of the Existing Concrete: The existing concrete must be stable and free of major structural issues such as deep cracks, heaving, or significant settling. Minor cracks and surface imperfections can often be repaired or covered by the resurfacing process.
  • Surface Preparation: The existing concrete surface needs to be thoroughly cleaned, and any cracks or damage should be repaired. Sometimes, the surface may need to be roughened or profiled to ensure good adhesion of the overlay material.
  • Quality of the Overlay Material: High-quality resurfacing products are designed to bond securely to the old concrete and withstand weather, traffic, and other stresses. It’s important to choose the right product for your specific application and climate.
  • Maintenance: Proper maintenance after resurfacing can extend the life of the new surface. This may include regular cleaning, resealing as necessary, and avoiding practices that could damage the concrete.

Resurfacing old concrete can be a cost-effective way to enhance the appearance and functionality of your driveways, patios, walkways, or floors without the need for complete replacement. 

Concrete resurfacing and concrete overlays refer to similar processes, but the terms can be used to highlight different aspects of the procedure or product used.  

Essentially, both involve applying a new layer of material over existing concrete surfaces to improve their appearance, repair minor damage, or add a new texture or pattern. However, there can be subtle distinctions based on context and specific usage:

Concrete Resurfacing

This term often emphasises the process of repairing and upgrading the surface of existing concrete without replacing it. 

Resurfacing can include the application of a thin layer of concrete or a specialised resurfacing product designed to bond with the old surface.

It’s frequently used to address cosmetic issues, such as discolouration, small cracks, or surface wear, and can include adding colours or patterns to enhance the appearance.

Concrete Overlay

This term usually refers to the specific material or product applied over the existing concrete. Overlays can be made from various materials, including polymer-modified concrete, and are available in different thicknesses and textures. 

They are used not only for repair and aesthetic improvement but also for adding new functionality, such as slip resistance or creating the look of other materials like stone, brick, or wood.

In practical terms, the difference between the two is often minimal, and the terms may be used interchangeably in many contexts. Both processes aim to extend the life of existing concrete surfaces while improving their look and utility. 

The key to success with either technique is proper surface preparation, choosing the right product or overlay material for the specific needs of the project, and applying it correctly to ensure a durable and attractive finish.

Choosing to resurface or replace concrete depends on several factors, including the condition of the existing concrete, the cost involved, the desired outcome, and how long you expect the repair to last.  

Resurface concrete when:

  1. You have minor cosmetic issues: If the concrete has minor imperfections such as surface cracks, discolouration, or minor pitting, resurfacing can effectively address these issues at a lower cost than replacement.
  2. The concrete is structurally sound: The existing concrete must be structurally sound. Resurfacing can cover surface flaws, but it won’t solve underlying structural problems.
  3. You want a cost-effective solution: Resurfacing is typically less expensive than replacement since it requires less labour and materials. It’s a cost-effective way to extend the life of your concrete without the higher expense of complete replacement.
  4. You need a quick aesthetic upgrade: If you’re looking for a quick way to enhance the appearance of your concrete surfaces, resurfacing offers various decorative options, including colours, patterns, and textures.

Replace concrete when:

  1. You have significant structural damage: If the concrete is severely cracked, heaving, or has settled significantly, these issues often indicate underlying structural problems that resurfacing won’t fix.
  2. There are deep cracks and potholes: When damage penetrates deep into the concrete, affecting its integrity, replacement is usually the best option to ensure a long-lasting solution.
  3. You want a complete change: If you’re looking for a complete change in material, design, or layout, replacing the concrete gives you the flexibility to redesign the space entirely.
  4. You’re looking for a long-term investment: Although more expensive up front, new concrete can provide a fresh start with a potentially longer lifespan than resurfaced concrete, especially if the existing surface is in poor condition.

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We offer a free consultation, should you need an onsite inspection or specification advice. Fill in the below form and a member of our friendly team will be back to you within 24-48 hours