Concrete resurfacing

Concrete resurfacing is a fast and affordable way to repair and restore broken concrete. Many people make the mistake of having concrete that has a stained or pitted surface eliminated and then replaced. While this is one solution to the issue, it's a far more expensive option than having your concrete resurfaced. If your concrete has surface damage there's a likelihood that it's still structurally sound. That means that if you have it resurfaced by a professional your concrete ought to hold up effectively for many more years.

How Does Concrete Resurfacing Work?

When you call us for a concrete repair job the first thing that we'll do is examine the issue. We don't want to start quoting rates or making strategies till we see what we're dealing with. After inspecting the site we'll meet you and let you know what's wrong and what our recommendations are. In many cases, we've found that we can repair damaged concrete, which is great news because repairing harmed concrete instead of changing it will conserve you a lot of cash.

After our initial assessment, and your approval to start working, the first thing that we'll do is extensively clean your concrete. We use a pressure washer to clear out all the debris that could disrupt the resurfacer that we use. Pressure washing employs a high-pressure stream of water that is far more effective than anything that comes out of your water hose. So, if you think you can clean your concrete by merely spraying it off with a garden hose, you would be mistaken.

After cleaning up the concrete, we are going to work on we'll inspect it to look for any damage that we might have missed in our preliminary evaluation. Next, we'll begin by filling in any locations of your sidewalk that have considerable holes or damage. By filling in any significant spalling prior to using a final resurfacer we can enhance it and reduce the possibility that any cracks or other kinds of damage will appear in the future. Before applying our final layer of resurfacer we'll wait on the first layer to completely dry.

The final layer of resurfacer will be administered uniformly, then smoothed out applying a trowel. Anyone can put a resurfacer on top of concrete, but it takes skill, training, persistence, and practice to be able to apply it efficiently and evenly. When we are finished resurfacing your concrete the only acceptable result is for it to look as good as it did when it was brand-new. If that's not how it looks, then we haven't done our task, and we'll make it right.

Many individuals have chipped, pitted, stained, and cracked concrete and assume that it's simply something that they'll have to cope with. Paying somebody to eliminate old concrete then pour new concrete is a substantial expense. So, it's frequently something that is neglected and disregarded. If that's what you've done due to the fact that you didn't believe you had any reasonable choices of how to repair it, we're happy to inform you that you were wrong. We 'd likewise be more than happy to show you how we can help to correct any concerns you are having with concrete on your property. Give us a call today so we can set up a meeting and examine your concrete problem so we can see what we can do to help you.

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WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY

Very happy to have worked with Fortic Concrete. We were installing a concrete sidewalk and from day one we knew we hired the right guys. The whole project took about five days including concrete stamping.

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