Concrete Sealing, Expansion Joint Repair in Abilene, Texas
Your options for concrete sealing repair may seem overwhelming if you have done any research. The leveling of foam. Mudjacking. Stone slurry grout leveling. What method do you use to determine the best course of action? Ask the experts for their advice. With many years of experience, we understand how best to restore concrete to its original strength and beauty. No need to worry about us trying to sell you the latest and greatest. It is our goal to avoid selling you at all costs. We’re here to answer any questions you might have so that you can also add the title “Concrete Leveling Expert” after your name.
Clean and Seal is what you need if you are looking for a way to protect your concrete surfaces from future damage while refreshing them at the same time. The penetrating sealer that we use is of a commercial grade and will greatly enhance your roof’s longevity, as it will protect it against those things that ruin buildings most: water, chemicals, and changing weather.
Why Concrete Needs To Be Sealing
This is because concrete is so durable and strong, and this is what makes it so popular among builders. However, the porous nature of concrete allows water to soak into it, which can lead to erosion issues. Additionally, concrete in northern states is exposed to extreme weather conditions, salt use, and freezing and thawing cycles that are damaging to the material. The following are some risks associated with improperly sealed concrete driveways, patios, and walkways:
- Excessive pitting & pop-outs
- Flaking & Spalling
- Life of concrete greatly reduced
How We Professionally Seal Concrete
- Power Wash – The concrete slabs will be extensively pressure washed prior to the application of a sealer to remove dirt and grime and to allow the sealer to penetrate deeply within each pore and effectively strengthen the concrete.
- Apply Sealer – When the surface has dried for at least 24 hours, a penetrating sealer is then applied, flooding the surface and ensuring deep coverage.
- Enjoy! – As soon as the concrete has dried, you can start using your concrete again. You can do this after 6 hours of drying.
Beware Not All Sealings Are Made Equal
There are a lot of sealers sold in home improvement stores that are acrylic sealers, which form a film on the surface, but then wear off after a year or two due to the weather conditions. In most cases, these sealers don’t penetrate as deeply as penetrating sealers, but they’re less expensive. In most cases, these sealers don’t give you any protection from salt or other chemicals that may damage your concrete over time. Our sealer penetrates deep into concrete pores that are deep below the surface, therefore providing maximum protection for a very long time.
We would like to invite you to call us at 325-766-5237 today in order to set up a free concrete sealing estimate with us. During the meeting, we discuss the possibilities that you have for sealing your concrete with the help of our team. In order to learn more about our services and how we can assist you, including our polyurethane foam injection services, please contact us to find out more.