Concrete has long been considered one of the most durable materials, but it too can show signs of age and wear. Restoration involves using specialized techniques and materials that will precisely bind with existing concrete to create the desired look and finish.

Concrete Repair First and foremost any cracks or structural deficiencies need to be remediated. This is done through injection of epoxy grouts and carbon fiber reinforcement of the identified areas. Patch materials made from high-tech polymers create high strength patches.

Concrete Restoration Overtime, concrete can develop cracks and gaps that are the result of weather and general wear. If left unchecked, these conditions can breach the structural integrity of the concrete. Concrete Restoration includes cleaning, recoloring or resurfacing.

Concrete Crack Injection Many foundations settle as they age, this can result in cracks and gaps that could allow seepage and water damage. Concrete Crack Injection is a method utilizing low-pressure injection of an epoxy or polyurethane foam material to fill those gaps and cracks. It is used most often on foundations, for poured concrete floors, specialized epoxies and poly materials are used.

Surface Prep

Concrete Leveling Flooring can shift or settle over time creating uneven surfaces. These surfaces can be leveled, refaced and repaired; voids and gaps can be detected and filled to avoid future repairs.

Concrete Grinding Removing the aggregate responsible for uneven surfaces keeping them safe. Grinding also removes stains and any impurities found on the concrete floors.