Concrete Brush Finish

Our Brush Finish Concrete Floors are typically used as a wearing surface on external yards producing high slip resistance and better wearing properties, typically where footfall is high and water damaged may be prominent. Additionally, it is great for providing extra grip for vehicles. Brush finish concrete or Trowel finish concrete floors are very distinctive - featuring textured looking parallel lines scratched into the concrete surface.


When applying a brush finish to concrete you need to act fast and catch the concrete whilst it’s still wet enough to allow the brush to run over it, but dry enough not to ruin any levelling work already carried out.  A poorly applied concrete brush finish can turn a newly laid floor into an eyesore if it’s not carried out with painstaking attention to detail. Fortunately, here at CBS Concreting we are lucky enough to have some of the leading industry specialists for Concrete Brush Finishing.

Hard wearing with longevity

The process of Powerfloating then applying a Brush Finish creates a denser, more durable surface.

On a budget

A Brush Finish is one of the most cost-effective finishes available. With low maintenance costs compared to other forms of finish.

High Grip Finish

Brush finish concrete ensures a high level of grip on outdoor surfaces, a great feature for health and safety as well as looking aesthetically pleasing.

Customisation of finish 

At CBS our Brush Finish projects can be designed and customised to suit the needs of the client, for aesthetic or practical purposes.

Brush Finish Concrete Projects 

Many of our external yard, garage forecourt and car parks are finished using the Brush Finish. Check out our case studies for examples and evidence of our work.


Tokheim Petrol Station

Brush finish and oil resistant sealant used.

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Wigan Bus Station

External Concrete slabs laid with a brush finish up to SR3.

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McLaren Construction Ltd


"CBS Concreting completed the job to a high standard and on schedule which is why we continue to use them!"