Crack in your concrete floor
Avoid using the old concrete crack repair method
Over the past few years, we’ve noticed many business owners practicing the old method of concrete crack repair. This involved expanding the crack, then filling it with a polymer. This method caused several problems in the short and medium term, since the expansion of the crack created other concrete cracks. You don’t want to find yourself in the vicious circle of concrete degradation caused by expanding the crack.
An effective, lasting method of concrete crack repair
At PolySurface, we don’t use the old concrete crack repair method. We prefer to fill the crack directly by injecting polymer into it. We thereby avoid damaging the rest of the concrete structure. Naturally, this method is preceded by a meticulous cleaning of the crack in order to remove all the damaged concrete residue or fragments. We fill the cracks precisely and methodically to ensure the permanence and durability of the concrete crack repair.
Finishing after the concrete crack repair
Do you not only want to repair your cracks, but also cover the surface of your concrete floor to make it more attractive? Well, you’re in luck: we’re professionals in concrete floor covering using polyurea (polyaspartic) or polyurethane-type elastomeric membranes or epoxy membranes in Quebec. Check out our floor finishing section for more information!
Concrete floor repair options
Do you have a concrete floor that isn’t level? Is the surface of your concrete floor covering no longer smooth?
We know how troublesome, damaging, and even devastating a crack in your concrete floor can be for your concrete slab
Are you dissatisfied with your existing garage floor finish? Is your epoxy yellowing and peeling?