Reinforced concrete can be a highly durable structural material requiring little or no maintenance. However, it is recognised that without correct design, mixing, placement and curing, the durability of reinforced concrete may be impaired. Cracks and divisions in the floorings and also on walls is a common spectacle. It should not be much of a worry if one of these appears but when it does, it is best to take the action that is needed, and required at such tricky moments

Factors such as overheating dries the building too fast and hence there is a strong need to repair the cracks that will be formed in the wall. Over damp buildings that are flushed with heavy rain all the time are also to be taken care of, since they get over soft and clay like, and may also show some heavy cracks

There are many different types of concrete repair that can be performed to help prolong the life of the concrete or give it a much-needed face-lift. Just as the uses for concrete vary greatly, so do the types of concrete repairs that can be performed

There are various types of concrete repairs including restoration, reinforcement, finishing and maintenance. Cleaning and preparing the area is part of most concrete repairs. This can be performed with a variety of chemicals or organic compounds

The old concrete doesn’t bond with the new one without a cold joint or weak seal where they meet. We use special chemicals to make the cold joint that is stronger than the original surface which eliminates future cracking and complete waterproofing ability

Carbon Fibre laminates are applied for structural reinforcement of concrete, steel wood and masonry. They are used for repairing the original bearing capacity, local strengthening of structural elements and repair of design or execution errors

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