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General Contractor’s Guide to Concrete Repair

As a contractor, your job is to build, renovate and restore spaces to beautiful, functional new life. We understand that you have your client’s needs and budget at the forefront of your mind as well as your reputation. A cracked or damaged concrete floor is clearly not the foundation for a lasting project, and you want your reputation to stand firm after the work is complete.

 

If you are noticing concrete damage, it’s best to call a professional for an estimate and opinion, regardless of what floor coating you plan to install. Here at Kaloutas, and our in house flooring company, Res-Stone Industrial Flooring, we specialize in precision concrete repair and removal, if necessary. We serve clients in the Greater Boston Area, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire and all across New England.

 

Read on to learn more about what expert concrete repair and concrete removal can do for your commercial flooring and foundation.

 

Indicators of Damaged Concrete

If you’re seeing cracking, chipping, or bubbling it is likely that your concrete has issues beneath the surface. Most of these issues stem from moisture concerns, and we’ll get to that in a minute. If you fail to address these issues before installing new concrete coatings or concrete polishing, the damage will continue to spread. However, a renovation is an ideal time to address these issues, so the newly refreshed space and concrete sealer will stand upon a firm foundation.
 

The Importance of Moisture Mitigation

Most concrete damage stems from moisture issues, something commercial flooring professionals can address for you. Moisture mitigation systems can limit the moisture vapor your slab is exposed to or stop it completely. This process significantly minimizes damage and prevents moisture issues in the future.

 

A Window Into Our Concrete Portfolio

Concrete Prep With Shot Blasting
We highly recommending shot blasting when preparing concrete for new industrial floor coatings. This process is dust free and removes all residue and contamination from the surface to allow a firm bond for the new flooring.

 

Learn More About Moisture Mitigation

Click the link to learn more about how Res-Stone’s advanced moisture mitigation systems can prevent concrete damage in any New England facility and learn which process is right for your needs.

 

High End Concrete Polishing and Commercial Painting in Burlington, MA
Take a look at this office renovation our team recently completed using concrete polishing and beautiful commercial painting techniques. Our team worked diligently, in 2 stages alongside other contractors to create a clean and professional look for the new office tenants.

 

How Can We Help?

Do you have any questions about commercial flooring or concrete repair? Let’s talk further about how we can repair and restore your concrete foundation. Give us a call at 978-532-1414 or click here to get in touch with us online.

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