Sunday, November 6, 2011

Concrete repair and resurfacing concrete wall - Dallas, Texas

My customer had a cold joint in their concrete wall that the original contractor covered with standard patch material. They also did not cut a joint back in after repair to allow for movement. I chipped out all of the loose material filled it in with our concrete repair material that is 3 times stronger than concrete and replaced the control joint and filled in with a rubberized joint material to allow for movement. The last step was to apply a industrial grade masonary paint to make the wall uniform in color. The customer was so happy with the end result they already have a second wall for me to repair.

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