Irving Concrete Company is ready and willing to lend a hand with your concrete repair needs. Our concrete contractors are professionals in all things concrete, and they do concrete repairs such as resurfacing, lifting and raising, polishing, and foundation repairs. We can fix slabs for sidewalks or walkways, pathways, driveways, parking garages and even slabs around swimming pools. Our services are exceptional and our rates are likewise affordable. We also give a completely free inspection on all repair work that may need to be accomplished before doing any work and counsel you on the following actions.
When there are repairs that need to be performed, it is best that the problems are not left unattended for long. If the repairs are not addressed, they can worsen, or it can lead to a snowball effect where the problem simply keeps growing and worsening. For that reason, you need a concrete company to come in and help you. The concrete contractor in Irving that you should count on with this type of service is our team here at Irving Concrete Company. We are completely dedicated to the work that requires to be done, and we have the equipment, skills and ability to perform the proper work the right way.
While there are multiple ways to repair concrete, the main reasons to repair concrete are usually the same: cost and time. Fixing concrete is cheaper than removing and replacing damaged concrete because much less building material is used. As opposed to needing to replace the entire section, we can repair the broken section, and then bond everything back together so it is just as strong as it was initially. Repairing concrete takes much less time than replacing it because it takes a while to break up and remove old concrete, and then have new concrete brought in or poured. When concrete repairs are completed by pros like the ones we employ here at Irving Concrete Company, they will last a very long time and you can be guaranteed top quality workmanship with each repair that was carried out.
Damage can be seen on elevated or sunken slabs, balconies, walkways, foundations or parking lots where the dirt has deteriorated or moved. When the foundations are compromised, the whole building will likely start to display signs of distress, which typically manifests as fractures in ceilings, floors and walls. The floors can additionally be slanted, and you'll observe the doors won't open or close correctly. Chloride and moisture intrusion also damage structural concrete, causing rebar to corrode and cracks or disintegrating concrete.