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Rubber surfaces generally require minimal maintenance and are extremely durable. After many years though and in areas with high traffic sometimes surface wear can occur in which the rubber surface might need to be repaired. Sometimes a complete restoration of both layers may not be needed, and the surface may just require a new top layer. At certain instances the area can be just about fully restored by just replacing the top layer of the system. 
For this procedure our trained rubber surface installers will properly remove the old top layer of the system in the desired areas. They will then thoroughly clean the area of all remaining shards and granules, along with other undesired debris on the old surface. Our installers will then reinstall the top layer of the rubber surface giving the surface a brand-new aesthetic appearance. This method can significantly reduce costs while being compared to a new poured in place system. We also provide roller coats for surfacing. This is also a very inexpensive method to make the surface look new and refreshed. 
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