Concrete Crack Repair

Don't Let Cracks Ruin Your Concrete!

Are cracks opening up in your concrete? Is the surface chipping, debris building up, or is water leaking in? Sealing your cracks now may prevent you from more damage in the future!

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Why Did My Concrete Crack?

Concrete cracks due to its rigid nature. Ground settlement, loose soil, uneven drying, animal burrowing, temperature changes, voids, and more will all cause cracks. Left untreated these cracks will expand over time leading to further damage and greater costs to repair.

What is Concrete Crack Repair?

Crack repair involves sealing cracks that occur due to the settling and aging of concrete surfaces. This is achieved by using a flexible caulk, epoxy, or concrete patching for larger gaps.

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Benefits of Repairing Cracks in Your Concrete

Crack repair offers several benefits for concrete surfaces:

  • Enhanced longevity: By repairing cracks, you prevent further deterioration and extend the lifespan of the concrete surface. Cracks can grow over time and lead to more significant damage if left unattended but repairing them helps maintain the integrity and durability of the structure.

  • Improved appearance: Cracked concrete can be unsightly and diminish the overall appearance of a space. Repairing cracks restores the visual appeal of the surface, enhancing the aesthetics of the area.

  • Increased safety: Cracks in concrete can pose potential hazards, especially if they are large or in high-traffic areas. Fixing the cracks helps prevent tripping hazards, reducing the risk of accidents and injuries.

Concrete crack repair offers significant benefits for both residential and commercial spaces. By addressing cracks promptly, property owners can extend the lifespan of their concrete surfaces, maintain visual appeal, improve safety, and provide protection against further damage caused by moisture and contaminants.

Is There a Crack in Your Foundation?

Foundation cracks are not effectively sealed using a caulk or concrete patching. Instead, a method known as crack injection is used to provide you with a repair that will last. Learn more about repairing your foundation walls today!

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Can all cracks be repaired?

Most cracks can be repaired with caulk or patching. Some instances where the concrete has degraded too far, or the cracks are too big may prevent a successful repair.

How long does crack repair take?

Most crack repairs can be completed in just a few hours.
Some more extensive repairs may take up to a few days to complete.

Is concrete patching or caulking the better choice?

Caulking is the best choice. This provides a solution that not only seals the crack but remains flexible to allow for future movement of the ground. However, cracks over 1 inch in width are not ideal for caulking and may require another method of repair such as a concrete patch or epoxy paste.