Bush Hammering is a form of texturing hard surfaces using specialised tooling. It allows us to produce textured and anti slip surfaces that are ten times more effective, durable and ascetically pleasing than the current options on offer.
Up until now the technique to create an anti slip environment has required concrete grinding followed by the application of coatings with various types of grits added in. These added grits are known to wear off really quickly leaving the surface slippery when wet or dirty and typically requires re application every few years eventually building up and requiring further grinding and maintenance. Because Bush Hammering texture's the surface itself it makes it almost impossible to wear out the anti slip finish so there is never any maintenance required to keep the surface slip resistant.

By importing specialist tools exclusively we are changing the game - our tools allow you to select a finish you would like combined with a  one application to create a long lasting anti slip surface with little to no maintenance required. We can offer you various looks with various textures for example black concrete with a salt and pepper exposure and a fine sandblast like texture for your alfresco area or a medium exposure with a coarse texture for you steep driveway. It doesn't have to be for a purpose too, it is a great way to get some texture with a nice effect for tilt panels to give them added character and another whole dimension.

The possibilities are endless with Bush Hammering. Chances are that if you think of something that you need textured then Bush Hammering will be your solution.

There are many ways this technology can be used but here are some of the more common options:

  • Driveways - both flat and steep
  • Pools and Outdoor Areas
  • Footpaths
  • Patios
  • Blocks
  • Pavers
  • Cobbles
  • Granite
  • Marble
  • Sand Stone
  • Hinuera Stone
  • Stairs
  • Tilt Panels
  • Kerbs
  • Slippery Packhouse's
  • Food Grade environments
  • Wet works anti slip 
  • Parking Buildings and Ramps
  • Boat Ramps
  • Rejuvenate Old Concrete