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Benefits of a Natural Stone Pathway

Benefits of a Natural Stone Pathway

At Custom Stone Resurfacing, we know the advantages of a natural pebble stone walkway. That is why we only specialize in installing this pathway. But with so many options available to you, how can you know if a pebble stone walkway is right for your needs? That is... [read more]

By Custom Stone Resurfacing | 10-30-2020

How to Prepare Your Epoxy Pebblestone Walkway for Winter

How to Prepare Your Epoxy Pebblestone Walkway for Winter?

As we begin to feel the temperatures cool off and see the beautiful tree colors begin to change, now is an excellent time to evaluate your epoxy pebble stone walkway. If you live in a colder climate, like we do here at Custom Stone Resurfacing, you know how... [read more]

By Custom Stone Resurfacing | 9-24-2020

How to Care for an Epoxy Pebble Stone System

How to Care for an Epoxy Pebble Stone System?

When it comes to spicing up the look of the exterior of your home while keeping functionality in mind, epoxy pebble-stone systems are the way to go. This blend of real stone material and clear epoxy allows for a beautiful bond to existing concrete that protects the surface... [read more]

By Custom Stone Resurfacing | 8-13-2020

Pros and Cons of Epoxy Pebblestone for Outdoor Use

Pros and Cons of Epoxy Pebblestone for Outdoor Use

At Custom Stone Resurfacing, we are aware of the advantages of an epoxy pebble stone system. But if you are on the fence about adding one to your pool area, driveway or other outdoor space, here are a few of the pros and cons to consider. Pro Probably... [read more]

By Custom Stone Resurfacing | 7-2-2020

Whats Your Cheapest Options with Cracked Concrete

Whats Your Cheapest Options with Cracked Concrete

In Colorado it is very common to have your house and concrete to shift the first couple years after your home was built. This might not seem like a big deal but as your property shifts and the soil settles your concrete will begin to crack. These... [read more]

By CS Resurfacing | 6-3-2020