Repairing & Sealing Concrete Cracks & Joints

Before starting any project, our inspectors will come to your home to take stock of your concrete’s current condition. This helps prepare our concrete crack repair and resurfacing team in Cincinnati, so they know exactly what they’ll be dealing with on the day of your My Gorilla Garage application.

They’ll likely take a few pictures to show the team, specifically if there’s a network of cracks or fissures spanning the slab or slabs. When we notice cracks and joints, we make sure we address them before installation to ensure a smooth finish. After we’ve used our diamond grinding equipment to grind off the top layer of your concrete, we’ll use an angle grinder to get deep into any cracks or joints. Then, we’ll start to fill in any remaining cracks and joints. After everything is sealed and the surface is perfectly smooth, we’ll continue with the rest of our installation process.

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Why Seal Cracks & Joints

You may be thinking, “I don’t care if I see the joints between two slabs, so go ahead and skip the sealing process.” Unfortunately, that’s not the best solution. Cracks and joints are unable to be ground down using our diamond grinder, so we cannot guarantee the system will fully adhere to those spots in the concrete. If part of the system doesn’t adhere properly, that’s where problems start to occur, like the product lifting or peeling off. To guarantee quality, our concrete crack repair and resurfacing team in Cincinnati will always seal any existing cracks or joints before applying the polyaspartic polyurea quoting.

Get In Touch

Have questions about our process for concrete crack repair and concrete resurfacing in Cincinnati? A team member will be happy to answer any questions you may have during your free inspection and estimate! Call a location near you or fill out the form fields to get in touch with our team today. We look forward to hearing from you and starting your concrete resurfacing project!

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