Concrete Repairs Surrey
Residential Concrete Repairs
Filling is usually the best way to restore the pleasant look of concrete when it has cracks or holes in it. All members of our proficient, professional staff are expertly trained to fill in the cracks before they appear. How this process works is concrete is poured into the crack and then grinded down. The colour of the crack will then fade into the surrounding color over the next few months, making it look great!
Resurfacing is probably the best way to repair and restore driveways that have been damaged by weathering or wear and tear. It involves cleaning, sealing, and possibly additional stamping or paving another layer of concrete. Most of the time, it’s not just a matter of filling a small crack in your driveway’s concrete, it’s more of a full-service offering. Our accomplished and adept staff can perform a quick resurface on your project if it involves getting a new color for your concrete or possibly a new pattern/design. We'll guide you every step of the way to make sure your concrete looks exactly the way you’d like, regardless of whether you want to restore your concrete to its original look or even completely redo your stairs, patio, driveway, counter top, floors, or swimming pool.
Commercial Concrete Repairs
When concrete issues arise in commercial settings, they can go unnoticed because all the hustle and bustle can cover up them up, especially in a busy place like a warehouse. But please be aware! Even a small issue could lead to much larger problems later in the future if they are left unattended because concrete endures a lot traffic and wear in this type of place, For example, if a minor void exists under the slab of concrete or below any control joints, flexing can happen, which will lead to an unsafe work environment. Our commercial team has years of experience under its belt so our friendly staff will ensure a quick and efficient repair. As fellow business owners, we understand that having to delay your operations can reduce your profits so to alleviate this potential problem, we’ll devise a plan to ensure there is as little downtime for you and your workers as possible.
The constant daily use of heavy machinery can put a lot of stress on concrete surfaces in industrial settings. If this is exacerbated by weak load-bearing soils, voids beneath the concrete and control joints can be created. This can cause your concrete to displace, flex, and even sag, which will create a dangerous work environment for your employees. Obviously, you don’t want this. Concrete settlement is the most common issue that rears its ugly head in more traditional commercial settings like office buildings and is caused by poorly compacted soil or soil washout. If this settlement is left unrepaired, it can eventually lead to major structural and interior damage. If you ever notice any cracks, bumps, or irregularities in your concrete, call us asap so we can assess and diagnose the situation for you and fix the problem!
Concrete Leak Repair
If you walked into your basement and saw a small puddle of water forming in the corner… you’d probably scream! A leak in your concrete caused by a crack in your foundation is very common and it can lead to major damage if you don’t repair it. A non-structural crack is usually repaired by using a polyurethane injection. Polyurethane is an excellent solution for fixing cracks that could have moisture in them, which happens a lot in below-grade concrete structures (below ground level). This is caused by water accelerating the curing process of the injection, making it easy for cracks to show up that are actively leaking or have any mud or sediments in them. It’s best to repair your concrete leak from the inside because it’s much more affordable and less invasive than excavating and installing a waterproof membrane in your concrete!
Concrete Crack Repair
A concrete crack is an ugly thing to look at! Depending on the type of crack that has formed, it can cause some serious problems if left unrepaired. For a structural concrete repair, an epoxy injection is best due to the strength of the bond that it creates. Epoxy doesn’t work well when there is any amount of water involved and is more commonly used for above grade (above ground level) cracks because there is less of a chance of moisture forming. An epoxy injection restores the form of your concrete because once it's cured, it does an awesome job of holding the concrete together. Our qualified concrete repair contractors have diagnosed and assessed these common situations thousands of times. We’ll offer you the best possible course of action in order to repair any kind of concrete crack that shows up.