▸ A non-hazardous solution easily applied to new or old concrete.
▸ Never needs to be re-applied – ever.
▸ Product costs equivalent to common temporary sealers like silane or siloxane.
▸ Sustainable — Go green: reduces landfill, lowers carbon footprint.
End the costly cycle of concrete damage and replacement.
CreteDefender P2 slows or halts each of the processes that damage concrete. The key is to make the concrete denser and more abrasion resistant so it can stand up to wind, rain, grit, chemicals, and temperature extremes. CreteDefender P2 does that. Apply it instead of commonly used coatings and sealers, and over the lifetime of the concrete, eliminate re-application costs and avoid repair or replacement of damaged concrete. Pay a little on CreteDefender P2 now, or pay a LOT later.
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Settlers Green – North Conway, NH
In 2011, Roger Williams, Project Manager for OVP Management, which runs the Settlers Green Outlet Center in North Conway, NH, wanted to stop deterioration of sidewalks at this lifestyle shopping center.
Settlers Green has several gathering places to create the feel of a mountain village for shoppers as they enjoy the beauty of the Green Mountains, whether during the beautiful New England summers, or after shooshing down any of the nearby ski slopes in the winter. But, those same winters that create such good skiing wreak havoc on the concrete, which is even died earthy colors to add to the serene atmosphere there.
Roger had just completed a series of concrete repairs in one section of Settlers Green when he contacted CreteDefender, who sent a crew to treat the 16,000 square feet of a prominent public square that he wanted to be sure did not need the same expensive repairs.
Over five years later, the treated concrete looks great, despite the New England winters.
Divertiland (WaterWorld) Entertainment Park
Mr. Poulakis’ design team determined to used stenciled concrete. With the stencil, the walkways could be made to look like brick, but with the advantages of concrete. However, if the concrete stencil begins to crack or break up, the entire look will be destroyed.
So, to ensure the stencil would retain its original look, withstanding the harsh winters of eastern Europe, Divertiland decided to use CreteDefender P2. The total area covered was over 15,000 square meters (over 160,000 square feet). The concrete was installed and treated in autumn of 2011, and still looks brand new.