Concrete Repair Lawrence KS
Service at Carter Concrete and Foundation repair is the industry standard in the northeastern Kansas region. We are experienced in our field, will give you up front pricing with no hidden fees, even if the job takes more time than we originally expected. And we operate with the highest level of customer service, we always treat our customers with kindness and respect. We aren’t in the transaction business, we are in the relationship business and one of our greatest marketing tools is word of mouth. We have confidence that after you hire us you will want to recommend our services to your friends and family. Give us a call today, we would love to show you what we are all about.
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How we repair concrete
If you’re working with a concrete repair company to fix damaged or deteriorating concrete, the repair process will depend on the extent and nature of the damage. However, here is a general overview of what you can expect from the repair process:
Inspection: The first step in the repair process is to inspect the damaged concrete. A professional concrete repair company will assess the damage and identify the underlying cause to determine the best repair approach.
Preparation: The next step is to prepare the damaged area for repair. This may involve cleaning and removing any loose debris or damaged concrete, and preparing the surface to ensure proper adhesion.
Repair: The repair method used will depend on the type and severity of the damage. Some common repair techniques include patching, crack repair, or resurfacing.
Patching involves filling in small cracks or holes with a concrete patching material. This is a quick and cost-effective repair method for minor damage.
Crack repair involves filling in larger cracks with a specialized epoxy or polyurethane filler. This repair method is more durable than patching and is better suited for moderate to severe cracks.
Resurfacing involves applying a thin layer of concrete over the existing surface to restore its appearance and function. This method is ideal for surfaces that have minor damage, such as cosmetic blemishes or surface imperfections.
- Finishing: Once the repair is complete, the concrete will need to be smoothed and finished to match the surrounding area. This may involve sanding, grinding, or polishing the surface, depending on the repair method used.
Overall, working with a professional concrete repair company is the best way to ensure a quality repair that will restore the function and appearance of your concrete surface. They will have the knowledge and experience to identify the underlying issue, recommend the best repair approach, and execute the repair in a timely and efficient manner.