The concrete patching of the road surface is intended for pouring and repairing concrete, both inside the house and on the street. Concrete patching is used for filling trenches or patching. For each project we select a mixture of concrete for patching that meets the conditions.
Our company provides services for patching and repairing concrete to commercial organizations, less often to private ones. When laying the trench, so that everything looks like it was in its original form, we patching the trench with concrete.We also patching special bollards, they can be used for different purposes, usually a ship's cable is tied to them, but they can also be space limiters on the roads, and can also be used as a functional decor. If you want to take concrete for testing, we will make a test core for you while drilling. In addition, we can produce concrete machine pads and equipment pads. They are made to distribute the pressure not only of the machine, but also of its load. Thus, the machine pads form the foundation for your technique.
Applications for patching
Road and street repairs
Patching special bollards
How long before I can walk or drive on my new concrete?
Typically, you can walk on concrete as early as 24 hours after patching. For stamped or exposed concrete, you need to wait until the surface is pressure washed and sealed before pedestrian traffic is normal. This process can add an extra day or so to the mixture for hardening. In terms of vehicle traffic, you need to wait 7 full days after patching before driving or parking on new concrete. The same rule applies to any heavy object (heavier than a rolling dustbin or riding lawn mower).
What color can I get?
Color may vary depending on temperature, ambient temperature and sunlight.
Does all concrete crack?
All concrete after patching will crack to some extent. The key is to use the right mix and workmanship to minimize or control cracking. Usually the main cause of cracking is stress caused by the shrinkage of the concrete as it cures.
How thick should the slab be?
Depending on the application, we recommend 4" thick for sidewalks and 5 to 6 inches for driveways, depending on the type of traffic. Aprons are usually 7 to 8 inches thick.
Should I use reinforcement in the concrete?
Yes. Steel reinforcement can help prevent cracking throughout the lifetime of the slab. 6x6 # 10 welded wire meshes should be lifted to the center of the slab as it is poured. In addition, fiber can be added to the concrete to minimize cracking and reduce permeability.
Why Core & Saw?
We provide quality core drilling and cutting, dust and vibration free, and also GPR scanning services in Colorado and Wyoming
We strive for professionalism in everything, so we do not stop developing and improving in our field. Our goal is to be the most professional company in Colorado and Wyoming
We have ten years of experience, so we can easily find an approach to any work and client. We guarantee the reliability and quality of our services
It is important for us that our cooperation is mutually beneficial. Our company provides high quality services, and we want you to be satisfied with our work and contact us in the future
We have only modern equipment and highly qualified specialists who know how to handle it at a high level
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