Fixing wear and tear with concrete repairs to extend the life of surfaces
Concrete floors can suffer from wear and tear over time. This can not only affect your floor’s appearance, but more importantly make them unsafe for machinery and workers. Commonly, concrete repairs are an essential surface preparation before new coatings are laid, when the following problems appear:
- Concrete cracks or fissures
- Pitting, exposed aggregate and divots
- Rough surfaces, flaking or crumbling
- Edge chipping
- Impact and machinery damage, particularly forklifts
- Damage from acid and corrosive food byproducts
- Deterioration from harsh environments and wear and tear
Concrete walls are also prone to impact or acid damage to surfaces. When left unchecked, damage to concrete floors and walls can affect their structural integrity as well as their appearance. We can assist with concrete repairs for floors and walls in industrial, construction, food and beverage production facilities and other commercial buildings.
How do you repair concrete floors and walls?
Depending on the extent of damage to your floors, we use the following techniques to refurbish concrete including:
- Grinding and resurfacing
- Cutting out damaged sections and replacing
- Epoxy repairs
- Control joint rebuilding
We may also recommend installing more durable floor coatings such as epoxy flooring to prevent future damage. As floor safety specialists, our focus is on getting you the safest, most durable and longest lasting result for your budget.