Concrete Sealing and Repair
Concrete sealing and repair services provide your concrete with reliable solutions throughout the years, despite its condition. Sealing your concrete is the final step to completing the concrete installation and is a way to glaze over the entire surface and add more protection. Your concrete can then be sealed again every few years to continually maintain its protection and appearance. If your concrete begins to deteriorate over the years, you can trust that you’ll have a professional concrete repair company on hand that can attend to any concrete damages present, whether those be cracked or crumbling concrete surfaces, or even loosened concrete slabs, broken pavers, and much more.
Concrete sealing is one of the final steps to completing your concrete project. Sealing your concrete enables your concrete to last longer and without premature damages. It's a great way to add that final layer of protection to your concrete to avoid scratching and damaging the concrete before you have even had time to really use it. Concrete sealing also makes the surface easier to clean, helping to maintain its appearance as well.
Concrete Crack Filling
Concrete crack filling is achieved by using a specialized crack filling solution that is then pressed into the crack to close the void. The material used then dries in place and is intended to even out the surface of your concrete by diminishing the appearance of the crack or hole. Crack sealers are incredibly durable and can prevent the worsening of existing cracks and protect your concrete surface from any other potential damages that could also enhance the cracks. Filling your concrete cracks also means that you can continue to drive and walk safely on the concrete and without issue.
Crumbling concrete can often be fixed by removing all of the loose pieces of concrete and securing the remaining pieces in place. Once completed, we will then rebuild the concrete parts of your surface using molds that are specially-designed to help us recreate the exact structure, so that it blends in nicely with the rest of your concrete surface. Crumbling concrete can be dangerous, so it is best to have it replaced early on to avoid other parts of your concrete being affected or someone getting hurt.
Repairing Broken Concrete
Repairing broken concrete begin by looking at how and why the concrete is deteriorating, to begin with. Once we are able to establish the cause of the problem, we can find a solution that not only prevents the problem from worsening, but also from returning. If your concrete did not cure properly because it had too much water added to the mixture, you will likely see this throughout deepened cracks in the concrete’s entire surface. Other types of cracks can arise from subgrade shifting and movements that interfere with the concrete’s layers. In both instances, we understand how to tackle the problems and will find you solutions to repair them temporarily and long-term.