Epoxy Damaged Concrete Repair

Concrete Floors and subfloors can be repaired using some common methods. All of these involve covering the existing concrete slab with a new coating of concrete or concrete-like topping and finishing the new layer as desired. Concrete floors should be repaired with a surface topping only when the concrete slab contains surface, or hairline, cracks or has cosmetic surface flaws. If the concrete floor to be repaired is heaving, has large or wide cracks, or is damaged due to freeze damage, then other alternatives should be considered instead of resurfacing.

Epoxy Damaged Concrete Repair Steps
• Determine the cause(s) of damage.
• Evaluate the extent of damage.
• Evaluate the need to repair.
• Select the repair method and material.
• Prepare the existing concrete for repair.
• Apply the repair method.
• Cure the repair properly.