In addition to concrete crack repair, our team also specialize in stopping leaks concrete using both the injection method using polyurethane and polyacrylic resins and the plugging method. For more details about our service or to receive a customized quote against your requirement, get in touch with our team today!
Our Service Inclusions
- Concrete and Brickwork Repair
- Crack Injections and Pressure Grouting
- Structural Leak Sealing
- Structural Strengthening using Carbon Fiber
- Concrete Waterproofing
More About Our Structural Crack Repair Service
Cracking of concrete flatwork is natural, expected, and accepted. However, cracks may affect appearance, performance, and maintenance costs. For these reasons, building owners commonly want cracks in interior and exterior slabs repaired. Before choosing a crack repair option, concrete surfaces contractors should perform a crack evaluation and establish the repair objectives.
When evaluating a slab or performing a crack survey, always measure the crack widths and determine if steel reinforcement passes through it and whether the crack is active or dormant. This information, especially reinforcement details and crack activity, is extremely important when selecting the best repair option.
Structural repairs typically involve using epoxy resins to bond or weld the concrete back together. Epoxy repairs not only seal cracks but also restore the strength and stiffness of the concrete. Use epoxy to repair only dormant cracks. Repairing an active crack with epoxy typically results in a new crack forming near the original, epoxied crack.
Epoxy injection is a common means of installing epoxy into cracks, especially for vertical and overhead surfaces. But gravity filling works well and is the most common means of installing epoxy into cracks in flatwork or horizontal surfaces.