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OSM Concrete are the most experienced team on the Gold Coast when it comes to removal of existing concrete and other surfaces. 

Our friendly and driven team, can have your concrete replaced quickly and efficiently.


With over 20 years of experience in both Australia and New Zealand after the devastating Christchurch earthquakes, the team at OSM Concrete has removed hundreds of concrete driveways, slabs and existing surfaces and have developed the most efficient systems with the least possible damage to surrounding structures.

When it comes to concrete demolition and replacement you need three 3 keys elements.

Highly recommend Cory & the Boys from OSM.
They not only did an amazing job on our driveway - the customer service was top notch too.
Timeline and Communication were clear, we knew when they were coming and what to expect at each stage of the work.

Kym Davis




As we can provide a range of different concrete solutions including repairs and resurfacing, we off a number of options that can utilise concrete that is cracked... to an extent.

On many occasions, due to severe sinking, lifting, or just where the concrete is shattered into pieces, removal and replacement may be your only option.

Feel free to email us some images of your concrete to see whether it is in need of full replacement or whether it is suitable for resurfacing.  



Our resurfacing division completes a massive number of beautiful resurfacing projects every year.   Whether it be a driveway, patio, car park or even interior floor, we can coml,etely transform the area into something that will make the area pop. 

 Our polymer-modified cement-based coating system is a fantastic way to bring an old concrete slab to life.  We can resurface over the top of existing plain, coloured, exposed aggregate, stamped and stencilled concrete.   Existing tiles can be removed 


If you think that your concrete may be suitable for resurfacing, please take the time to visit our resurfacing page to learn about the process and see some of the amazing transformations our team has completed.





The project involved the removal and replacement of approximately 200m2 of concrete. This project had various challenges, including the removal of old stamped concrete and different finishes.


The team efficiently tackled the demolition process with the assistance of two powerful excavators. The impressive outcome was achieved as the entire concrete area was cleared without any issues, completing the task in a remarkably swift five-hour timeframe.


The icing on the cake was the installation of a stunning new exposed aggregate concrete driveway, leaving the property looking refreshed and enhanced. The success of this venture showcases the effectiveness and competence of the concrete replacement team.

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Please, get in touch and let's talk about your damaged concrete. We can come up with a solution together.


With the right planning, demolition doesn't have to be such a massive job.  

We really look forward to hearing from you about your project.


Concrete driveways are built to last, but they can be massivley damaged over time due to various factors. Understanding the common causes of concrete damage can help you identify when to consider concrete driveway replacement or the possibility of repair. Weather: Extreme weather conditions can have a significant impact on concrete driveways. While Australia doesn't experience freeze-thaw cycles, fluctuating temperatures and heavy rainfall can still cause the concrete to expand and contract, leading to cracks and surface deterioration. Heavy use — The weight and frequency of vehicle traffic on your driveway can also contribute to concrete damage. Heavy loads and constant use can lead to wear and tear, creating ruts, cracks and even potholes. Ensuring your driveway is designed and constructed correctly, then maintained can help mitigate damage from usage. Ageing — As your concrete driveway ages, it becomes more susceptible to wear and tear. The combination of weather and frequent use can cause the concrete to eventually weaken, resulting in visible signs of ageing, such as cracks, discolouration and rough surfaces. Tree Roots: Trees planted near or along the driveway can extend their roots beneath the concrete surface in search of water and nutrients. As these roots grow, they exert pressure on the concrete, causing it to crack and lift. This root-induced damage can be especially problematic if left unaddressed, as it may lead to uneven surfaces and potential tripping hazards. Moreover, some tree species are more aggressive in their root growth and can cause more significant damage than others. Ground Subsidence: Ground subsidence occurs when the soil beneath the concrete driveway shifts or settles unevenly. This can happen due to various factors, including changes in soil moisture levels, compaction, or geological conditions. As the ground moves, the concrete may crack or sink, compromising its structural integrity and creating an unsightly and potentially hazardous surface. Concrete driveway replacement and repair options When it comes to concrete driveway replacement, several solutions are available to suit your needs and preferences. Each option has its benefits and drawbacks, so you should be acquainted with the differences before making a decision. Here's an overview of the most common types of concrete driveway replacement and repairs: Full concrete driveway removal and replacement — This option involves completely removing your existing driveway and subsequently constructing a new one. It's ideal for situations where the damage is extensive and repairs won't suffice. The benefits include a brand-new driveway with improved structural integrity, aesthetics and longevity. However, this option can be more expensive and disruptive than other methods. Concrete resurfacing — If your driveway only has minor cracks, discolouration or surface imperfections, concrete resurfacing might be the best choice. This process involves applying a thin layer of concrete or a specialised overlay product to the existing surface, giving your driveway a fresh, new look. While this option is more cost-effective and quicker than a complete replacement, it may not be suitable for addressing severe structural issues. Partial replacement is also a great option in the right situations. At OSM Concrete, our experts can help you determine the best concrete driveway removal and replacement option for your specific situation. By carefully evaluating your driveway’s condition and understanding your needs, we'll ensure you’ll receive the best solution to restore your driveway's functionality and appearance. Our friendly, engaging approach, combined with our expertise in the industry, ensures that your project is in the right hands. Choose OSM Concrete for a seamless, stress-free experience that makes your property look better than ever! Contact us today for more information.

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