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Commercial Concrete Floor Grind and Seal – Gilbert Arizona

Having your concrete floor sealed and finished is a easy way to add character to your business, office or showroom. Compared to tile, carpet or other flooring, finished concrete floors are more affordable, last longer and have little maintenance cost.  

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A beautiful finish and shine.

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Great color and character.

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Lobby area

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Waiting area floor.

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Up close floor detail

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Hallway floor

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.

Why Should I Hire a Licensed Contractors?

With the unprecedented growth in the country, and especially in the southwest, hundreds and even thousands of “would-be” contractors have appeared. People who may have worked as a laborer or a framer for a short period of time decide that they are ready to start their own business. In spite of the fact that they lack sufficient capital and experience, they print up flyers, distribute business cards and place an ad in the yellow pages.

In an attempt to get “the best price”, the unsuspecting customer calls the number listed on the flyer or in the ad and asked for a bid. Often, such operations are run out of a mail drop or on an answering machine, but someone usually calls the customer back. When you get the bid, you are really pleased at how much this person / company says they can save you. You may even see “licensed, bonded and insured” on the business card or in the ad. Then the story begins. The contractor tells you he is going to need a large portion of the money up front. He may say he needs it to purchase materials, or to pay workers for another job where the property owner is slow to pay. He may even tell you about the unexpected medical bills he had to pay for a sick child (that he really doesn’t have), in hopes of gaining your sympathy.

At first things may seem fine. In a day or two a worker shows up and starts measuring, or a small load of material is delivered to the job site. Then the excuses begin. After a week has passed, with no work being done, you call your unlicensed contractor.  All you get is a recorded message, so you leave a message, politely requesting a return phone call. Several more days passed, with no response, so you call and leave another message, not as polite as the first. When the contractor does call, he is very apologetic and tells you about some catastrophe involving either his truck, his family, his help or another job he just had to complete. He promises to get right on your job the next day. A week later he still hasn’t shown up, or he does show up and says he needs more money.

Sound ridiculous? Well it happens every day, often with the consumer losing hundreds or even thousands of dollars. You, as the property owner have little recourse other than to pursue the matter in court.

Hiring a licensed contractor offers many additional protections to the property owner, especially regarding residential property. First of all, a contractor can not obtain a license without possessing a minimum amount of experience and must pass a business management test. The applicant also may be subjected to a criminal history background check, and must not have any unresolved contracting complaints outstanding.

Should you experience the above problems with licensed contractor, you as a residential property owner have significant protections not available to persons utilizing an unlicensed contractor. Among them is the ability to file a complaint against the contractor’s license, in most cases, for a period of two years from the date of occupancy or date the last work was performed. This is your guarantee should the workmanship be below standard or in violation of existing codes.

Under certain conditions, you may also be eligible to apply to the residential contractors’ recovery fund and receive up to thirty thousand dollars to have the work corrected or completed. Each licensed contractor is covered for up to $200,000.00 to a maximum of $30,000.00 per residential property owner, on a first come, first serve basis upon filing a complete claim. Keeping detailed records of your contract, checks or other forms of payment will speed the processing of your claim, should the need arise.

For more detailed information, you may contact the Residential Contractors’ Recovery Fund in Maricopa County Monday through Friday during regular business hours at 1 (602) 542-1525 or from elsewhere in the state at 1 1-877-MY AZROC (1-877-692-9762), toll free. These protections are in addition to other remedies available through the courts. Thank you.

Apache Junction, Avondale, Buckeye, Carefree, Cave Creek, Chandler, El Mirage, Fountain Hills, Gilbert, Glendale, Goodyear, Guadalupe, Litchfield Park, Mesa, Paradise Valley, Peoria, Phoenix, Queen Creek, Scottsdale, Sun City, Sun City West, Sun Lakes, Surprise, Tempe, Tolleson, Youngtown, Casa Grande, Tucson Arizona

What is Efflorescence?

Efflorescenceis a crystalline deposit, usually white, that may develop on the surfaces of masonry or concrete construction. Often it appears just after the structure is completed when the owner, the builder, and the architect are most concerned with the appearance of the new structure, Although unattractive, in general, efflorescence is harmless. However, deposits can occur within the surface pores of the material causing expansion that may disrupt the surface.

A combination of circumstances causes efflorescence. First, there must be soluble salts in the material, Second, there must be moisture to pick up the soluble salts and carry them to the surface. Third, evaporation or hydrostatic pressure must cause the solution to move. If any one of these conditions is eliminated, efflorescence will not occur.

All masonry and concrete materials are susceptible to efflorescence. Water soluble salts that appear in chemical analyses as only a few tenths of one percent are sufficient to faults efflorescence when leached out and concentrated at some point on the surface. The amount and character of the deposits vary according to the nature of the soluble materials and the atmospheric conditions. Efflorescence is particularly affected by temperature, humidity, and wind. In the summer, even after long rainy periods, moisture evaporates so quickly that comparatively small amounts of salt are brought to the surface. Usually efflorescence is more common in the winter when a slower rate of evaporation allows migration of salts toe the surface. With the passage of time, efflorescence becomes lighter and less extensive unless there is an external source of salts Light colored surfaces show the deposits much less than darker shades.

Efflorescence producing salts are usually sulfates of sodium, potassium, magnesium, calcium, and iron (ferrous); carbonates of sodium, potassium, and calcium, or sodium bicarbonate or silicate. However, almost any soluble salt that finds its way into the material may appear as efflorescence, consequently chlorides, nitrates, and salts of vanadium, chromium, molybdenum, and others are occasionally found, Chloride salts are highly soluble in water, so the first rain will often wash them off.
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Dust Free Professional Grinding

Dust free grinding professionals remove high spots on floors for wood flooring installers valley wide services. Did you know that wood flooring tolerance is only 1/8″ inch to 1/16″ inch in 6′ to 10′, that isn’t very much tolerance.

Grinding down high spots in floor is not simple, you need heavy equipment, don’t think you can just go to Lowe’s and rent something that will work, it won’t. Diamond grinders use gas power or electric to run the high speed motor to significantly grind down concrete floors for wood flooring not to mention the commercial grade vacuums that you need to suck up all that dust, keeping your homeowners happy. No it isn’t 100% dust free, …. but it is close to it.

Before you find out that the cheap guy you called from Craigslist doesn’t have the tools, took your money and didn’t complete the job, call Concrete Repairman LLC we are licensed, bonded and insured contractors that are in your budget.

“Only Thing More Expensive Than Hiring a Professional is Hiring an Amateur”

Floor Grinding and Leveling for Wood Flooring

Wood Flooring Tolerance of 1/8″ per 6′

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Cracked Concrete Repair Phoenix Az.

We fix cracks in concrete floors by grinding down the floor level, removing debris from crack, using a patch material that is hand crafted just for crack repair. Once the crack is filled the rubber float is then used to smooth, level and blended together with other cement materials to camouflage the crack that is almost invisible.

Phoenix Concrete Grinding, crack repair, floor grinding, floor leveling, patching, foundation repair, cement, concrete services in Phoenix Az, 

Filling the crack with patch.

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Concrete Floor Grinding – Floor Leveling

Concrete Floor Grinding Phoenix Az, Mesa, Tempe, Scottsdale, Gilbert, Chandler, Glendale Az.

Floors can be ground down where the concrete has heaved up to allow for tile or carpet.
Most concrete floors do not need the addition to grinding, a floor leveler would only be used in extreme cases.

Floor leveling is a combination of grinding the high areas down and filling the low areas with floor leveler.

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Call the Concrete Repair Man 602-418-2970 for all you concrete floor grinding and leveling needs in Phoenix Az.

Grinding Concrete Floors to Make Way for New Tile Flooring

Grinding down concrete flat to allow for new tile flooring .

Home Depot installers called us to help with there customer’s floor problem before they could install the new tile flooring. I talked with the home owner that afternoon to look at the project. We ground down the floor the very next day, it took 6 hours of dust free grinding . Serving Phoenix, Mesa, Tempe, Scottsdale, Chandler, Ahwatukee Az, in Arizona Call James today. 602-418-2970

Tucson – Concrete Grinding & Floor Leveling

Concrete Grinding & Floor Leveling in Tucson, Az.

Grinding concrete floors in Tucson is a job for the Concrete Repair Man 602-418-2970, leveling, grinding and patching concrete floors in Arizona for more than 14 years.
Tucson concrete grinding and floor leveling is one of the only ways to fix crack on unlevel floors before carpet, tile and wood flooring. Wood flooring needs concrete floors to be flat, no more than 1/4 slop or rise in a 10 ft. radias.
Floor sometimes need to be ground down to alow for tile and the crack need to be ground down and filled.

Call the ConcreteRepairMan.com for all your concrete grinding and floor leveling needs in Tucson Arizona.

Floor grinding, crack repair and leveling concrete floors in Phoenix az.

Dust Free Floor Grinding & Leveling Concrete

Concrete Crack Repair Man

Patches usually appear darker than the surrounding concrete. Therefore, some white cement should be mixed in the patching mortar or concrete where appearance is important. Samples should be applied in an inconspicuous location, perhaps a stem wall foundation several days in advance to determine the most suitable proportions of white and gray cements. Steel troweling should be avoided since this makes the match appear dark in color.

The mortar should be mixed as stiff as practicable, using 1 part portland cement to 2.5 parts sand, just enough water to form a ball when the mortar is squeezed gently in the hand and 2 other ingredients I will keep secret. After the cavity has been cleaned of oil and loose material and kept damp for several hours, the mortar should be tamped into place in 1/2 thick layers. Vigorous tamping and adequate curing will ensure good bond and minimum shrinkage of the patch. jb.

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David Meek
David Meek

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

James helped me assess a crack in the garage floor of a real estate listing. He was extremely knowledgeable about the way the concrete foundations are poured and helped me to understand the stresses that act on all concrete to shift, crack and break. I will be calling James from Concrete Repairman in the future for additional work. Highly recommended if you are a homeowner attempting to interpret a shifting or cracked foundation.

jorge martinez
jorge martinez

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

I am real estate agent and deal with alot of contractors and I have to say I am extremely impressed with the expertise and response time when dealing with james. We needed some repairs done asap as we were in the middle of a closing, not only did he explain the issue and gave a very reasonable quote, but the work was completed the very next day! If you are looking for professional work and performance I highly recommend Concrete Repairman.

Jennifer Pace
Jennifer Pace

5 out of 5 stars

posted 1 month ago

Reliable, dependable and hard working crew. Did a great job. James is extremely knowledgable about foundation care in AZ. Also knows the difference between what needs to be done in AZ vs other parts of the US. Very impressed!

Paula Foley
Paula Foley

5 out of 5 stars

posted 6 months ago

James and his crew made this whole experience painless. My stems had eroded over the years and James came as requested and assessed the damage. He gave us a fair price and his guys showed up on time all four days they were at my house. That is hard to find these days. The job was completed on time and done right. I would recommend this Company strongly.

Bob Dulong
Bob Dulong

5 out of 5 stars

posted 8 months ago

I called last Thursday and Tiffany set up an appointment for me right away. James Belville arrived on time and gave my foundation an expert inspection, explaining the foundation system to me as he went along. He had some suggestions to extend the service life of our foundation by mitigating any moisture by the stem wall. With a few extensions of gutter drains and moving some vegetation, we can do just that. He is quite the expert (years and years of experience) and very personable. At the end of his inspection, we are confident our home is in excellent shape and will serve us for our lifetime. I highly recommend James and his company is you have any questions/concerns with your home's foundation. I know I will sleep much better at night after his visit. Thank you James for the thorough inspection & discussion.