Concrete Repair, Stem Wall Repair, Slab Stitching, Grinding
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Acid Stained Floors – Commercial Acid Staining

Acid Stained Floors – Commercial Acid Staining

Acid stained concrete commercial floors by Concrete Repairman in Phoenix Arizona 602-418-2970

RWC International Phoenix Az

We use only quality acid stains with vibrant deep colors, dyes, seals to achieve the highest quality stained floors to date.

Concrete Repairman LLC - ROC# 300512 CR-9

Concrete Repairman LLC.
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4.2 out of 5 stars

Kelly Campbell
Kelly Campbell

5 out of 5 stars

posted 5 days ago

Absolutely amazing! James and his team went out of his way to help us out on short notice. I can't thank them enough. They did a fantastic job. I would recommend them to anyone.

Bob Kendig
Bob Kendig

5 out of 5 stars

posted 2 months ago

James and his team at Concrete Repairman came recommended by two other concrete contractors. As a Project manager, I am constantly looking for the best solutions for a variety of construction problems. James is knowledgeable, professional and more than fairly priced. I will recommend him again.

Scott MT Chien
Scott MT Chien

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 week ago

Requested service Monday, James came by our house the next day and quickly diagnose root cause to our foundation issue. Extremely professional service , highly recommend to all who may have foundation issue in Phoenix area.

Jeffrey Jackson
Jeffrey Jackson

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

What an amazing breadth of knowledge James had about the foundation of my home built in 1951. I have five large, old trees with large roots, many of which are visible from the ground. I had a few tree experts arrive to tell me it's the source of the movement in my foundation with little support for their findings.

James, arrived and immediately pointed to support in how the foundation and walls were leaning, apparent from the exterior and correctly guessed what he'd find on the interior walls and ceilings before he even went inside. He was spot on. It turned out that the moisture retained from a concrete slab that rides the sides of the foundation is the culprit.

The fix to prevent further damage is a better value than what the arborist's gave me and with concrete evidence to support the investment in the property to prevent further movement in the foundation. Thanks CR!