OSM Concrete are the most experienced team on the Gold Coast when it comes to removal of existing concrete and other surfaces. Have your old ugly surface removed and replaced quickly and efficiently.
THE KEYS TO THE BEST POSSIBLE OUTCOME WHEN REPLACING CONCRETE
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.
Access restrictions, existing concrete depth, surrounding structures, underground services, safety issues and so much more.
There are many things to be considered when demolishing and replacing your existing surfaces.
Knowing all of these requires experience and thorough planning
THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT
Different surfaces require different machinery and tools. This can be the difference in days of machinery and labor onsite, limiting potential damage to surrounding structures which ultimately limits costing our valued clients more. Having access to a vast range of machinery and knowing when to use it for the best outcome is crucial.
A HARD WORKING TEAM
So much of concrete demolition and replacement requires old-fashioned labour. Sometimes machinery can't get access to areas or in order to limit damage, a bit of finesse is needed.
This is a massive part of the whole system we have developed over the many years of doing this type of work.
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.
WHEN YOUR NEW SURFACE IS IN NEED OF REPLACEMENT
At OSM Concrete, we provide a range of concrete solutions including resurfacing to existing concete. Often we can partially replace your damaged and then resurface the old and new to ccreate a beautifil, hardwearing new surface. But this is not always the case. When the