Boral exposed aggregate concrete | Exposé®
Boral Exposé® architectural paving or Exposed Aggregate Concrete
Exposed aggregate finishes are emerging as beautiful and sturdy architectural paving. The 'exposed' surface of exposed aggregate concrete reveals the natural textures of numerous stones like pebble, shells, or silicate and crushed Quarry stone.
Boral Exposé® is available in a range of aggregate/mix and colour combinations and is suited to traditional style homes with a bold new modern range available for contemporary and commercial applications. Consider as an alternative to an asphalt driveway.
To add extra dimension & individualise your project, select any of the colours from our Boral Colori® range and add them to your favourite Expose’ product. Consider also using Boral Luminesque® exposed concrete aggregate - a unique decorative concrete that ‘glows in the dark’ - radiating natural light at night.
See photo gallery of Boral Exposé® exposed aggregate concrete used in residential (driveways) & commercial paving.
>Boral exposed aggregate concrete photo gallery
>Boral Luminesque® Concrete
What is exposed aggregate concrete?
In exposed-aggregate finishes, the aggregates (the stones and/or sands) near the surface are revealed; these would otherwise be concealed by a thin layer of cement. The Exposé® range is created through a process resulting in the stone being exposed which highlights the natural elements of the stone. There are a number of techniques for producing exposed aggregate finishes, each creating a different and distinctive appearance.
Read more about Exposed aggregate concrete finishes & applications; Cement Concrete & Aggregates Australia (CCAA) Briefing -
>CCAA Exposed Concrete (PDF 2MB)
Where can exposed aggregate concrete be used?
Boral Exposé® is a popular choice for driveways or areas requiring more grip. It also makes a great surface for garden paths, pool surrounds, custom landscaping and outdoor entertainment areas.
- driveways; stylish, hardwearing and durable surface,
- swimming pool edges/surrounds; textured surface for slip resistance,
- landscaping, pathways in parks and gardens; performs well in high traffic areas,
- outdoor entertainment areas
- subdivision footpaths and community areas.
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