Concrete is tough and can really last, but damage is not avoidable. Whether it’s cracks, breaks or stress and overuse related damage. Ignoring any of these signs of damages can be costly in the long run, in terms of money and otherwise.
However, there’s no need to fear any damage to your concrete. Along with installation, we also can help to maintain and repair your concrete to avoid any major issues and keep it looking great. So, next time you look at your damaged concrete and think, “Where’s a concrete contractor near me?” You know we are the best concrete repair Birmingham Alabama can provide.
Cycle of Weather
The most common way in which your concrete can be damaged is during is the yearly cycle of weather. Concrete, can occasionally, be adversely affected by particularly cold weather and cold snaps. This is generally more relevant to newly poured concrete slabs but can also affect older ones too.
This year after year of freezing over and then thawing can really have a negative impact on your concrete surfaces. Regular maintenance and intervention are necessary and made all the easier by the concrete repair services we provide. We help you to repair and mitigate the damage cold weather can do.
One of the most common and early signs of damage your concrete surfaces will likely display are cracks. This can be a for a number of reasons, including the mixture used in the installation or too much pressure and weight being applied to the surface.
Cracks are not always a sign there is a major problem, but they can be in some cases, so to be safe it’s always best to get a professional to assess it and determine if there’s a problem or not. Our expertise in concrete means that whether it’s serious or just cosmetic damage, we can repair it and understand the cause of the problem.
Unless is as part of structural integrity, damage to concrete doesn’t pose any very serious dangers. The most common hazard cracked, or damaged, concrete can cause is a tripping one, which, obviously, can cause problems and headaches and is best avoided. The most likely problem cracked concrete creates is the potential for greater, and more expensive, damage.
Water can enter the cracks, especially in form of melting ice during the colder months. This water can really cause serious and expensive damage to your concrete. That’s why it is best to try and get any serious cracks in your concrete repaired. Small repair now can help to avoid larger, more expensive repairs in the future.
When it comes down to it, cracked or otherwise damaged concrete makes your home or property look bad. We know you put a lot of energy and effort into making your home or business look its best.
So why let damaged concrete detract from all that hard work and effort? Especially when the solution is easy. All it involves is a call to us. We can quickly and easily repair any damaged concrete, whatever the severity.