Our concrete spalling experts are helping you explore the world of concrete spall repair, guiding you through the steps of blasting, pouring, and grinding to achieve a successful restoration. By understanding the causes of spalling, the importance of thorough preparation, and the right methods for filling and finishing, you’ll be equipped with the knowledge to tackle concrete spall projects head-on.
When pouring a concrete slab, air or water can get trapped in the substrate during the finishing process, causing voids. If left untreated, voids or hollow spots lead to delamination, where a thin surface layer of concrete detaches from the slab and chips away. While time often reveals these hollow spots, they can also cause […]
If your garage floor is currently a polished concrete surface, and you’d like to apply an epoxy coating, getting long-lasting, durable results requires more steps than you may realize. To help you get a professional outcome, we’re walking you through how to prepare a slab and install a polyaspartic epoxy coating on your garage floor. […]
If you need a heavy profile on a concrete slab, a bush hammer attachment can be the solution you need without having to buy a different machine to complete the task. Learn how a bush hammer attachment can benefit your next surface preparation project and how to replace the attachment in the video below. What […]
For a polished concrete surface that looks good today and maintains it’s sheen and smooth surface over time, it’s necessary to add a layer of grout. We’re walking you through how to grout concrete floors, why it’s important, and what not to do. Want to see the process in action? Check out the video below. […]
Colored concrete can be beautiful and long lasting but you have to do the prepwork. We’re sharing the steps you need to take.
Eliminate concrete trip hazards and slippery surfaces with a concrete scarifier.
Learn how to remove adhesive from your concrete floors and be sure to watch the video for more visual help.
When you want to restore the look of polished concrete, you may be considering one of two options. First is a topical treatment to smooth and shine the concrete slab, which is quick, convenient, and has a low cost. The second option is to mechanically polish the concrete by grinding the slab, adding grout, and […]
Polyaspartic is a fairly new material used in concrete floor coating and it’s getting a lot of attention. Offering a rapid cure time, it, it bonds easily to concrete and has the flexibility to cover and bridge small cracks and capillaries in the surface. Plus, it has excellent stain resistance, maintains a crystal clear appearance, […]