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Structural Crack Stitching Repair

The proper way to repair a heaved crack in your concrete floor depends on the nature of the damage. Fractures and cracks are common with heaving floor cracks and can be caused by a few issues. If there is a gap between the crack, this is a sign of uneven movement and may take a little more investigation to repair and prevent from returning or becoming a structural problem. You can’t just caulk it and paint over it, you need to fix the cause of the problem not just the damage. Once the foundation movement has been determand, and stopped, you can now fix the damage to the concrete floor. The fix is; Grinding the heaved cracks down with a very large grinding equipment. After the floor has been profiled for tile, carpet, or wood flooring, then the cracks are stitched using #4 rebar reinforcement, epoxied in place with structural epoxy.

Service Area

Concrete Repairman LLC. serving in, near Phoenix metro areas including Scottsdale, Tempe, Chandler, Glendale, Gilbert, Awhatukee, Queen Creek, Goodyear, Buckeye, Paradise Valley, Goodyear, Sun City, Sun City West, and Casa Grande in Arizona. Call 602-418-2970. As you can see in the photos, we chisel out channels about every 3 feet so that when we fill in the crack with high strength structural epoxy there is more surface area for the epoxy to adhere to which provides additional strength and prevents the concrete slab from moving and cracking in the future. Once the damage has repaired, the new flooring can be installed. We solve foundations problems of all types, both interior and exterior. If you are concerned about a potential problem you should give us a call before a small problem becomes a major issue. Concrete Repairman has the complete solution for your home’s Foundation Health. Residential and Commercial Contractors in Arizona.

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Concrete Repairman™ Interior Concrete Floor Slab Epoxy Stitching Before

Concrete Repairman™ Interior Concrete Floor Slab Epoxy Stitching After

Epoxy Slab Stitching Photo (03)

Chiseling Out the Channels

Epoxy Slab Stitching Photo (06)

Leveling the Floor & Repairing the Crack

Epoxy Slab Stitching Photo (04)

Applying the Epoxy

Epoxy Slab Stitching Photo (02)

Repairing the Concrete Floor

Epoxy Slab Stitching Photo (05)

Grinding & Leveling the Floor

Epoxy Slab Stitching Photo (01)

Finished Epoxy Stitched Floor

Floor Crack Repair

When you are looking for the right floor crack repair professional, there are many different ways that you can go about finding a professional that can provide you with the best quality products and services at the best prices. The easiest way to find this type of professional is to search online. One of the best places to search is Google, just put your local zip code and you will be presented with a list of the professionals who are most likely to be near you. A little bit of research is usually all that is needed to help narrow down your search so that you can find the best product and service for your particular situation call Concrete Repairman LLC. More about crack repair.

There are many different kinds of floor crack repair methods that are available to you to consider when you are repairing your floor. The best way to choose the best method for your particular situation is to speak with a professional who will give you their professional opinion on which method will work best for your specific type of flooring. Many professionals will offer their opinion on several different techniques, but the choice should ultimately be yours. One of the main things that you should take into consideration when choosing a method is the type of materials that you are dealing with. Certain floors require very special type of materials, while others may not require any type of special material. More about slab stitching method.

Some materials include carpet, tile, wood, and linoleum, to name a few. If you are unsure which type of floor it is that you have then it is advisable to contact a professional. Once you have found a type of floor that you are unsure of, you can begin looking through the list of various methods that will allow you to repair your floor. If you do not know of a professional who will be able to perform the work, then try to find someone in your area who specializes in repairing this type of flooring. This can help you find a professional quickly and easily. More about crack stitching.

Carbon Fiber Stitching

There are many reasons why people choose to utilize Carbon Fiber Stitching (C.F. Stitching) for their vehicles. For many years, carbon fiber has been utilized to manufacture everything from bulletproof vests to bicycle frames. For whatever reason, carbon fiber stitching is very popular. It gives the impression of strength and durability, a clear sign that it will withstand much abuse in the future. Why has Carbon Fiber Stitches become so popular? Is it really true that it is strong and durable? What are the benefits of Carbon Fiber Stitching? How does it work? Can one even save money by purchasing C.F. Stitching for his or her vehicle? These are some of the questions you might be asking when you think about it.

First of all, C.F. Stitching works in the same way as other forms of welding. This means that carbon fiber is heated and forced through a tube of aluminum that is welded at both ends. The welds to create a shell, which acts as the reinforcement on the carbon fiber stitching itself. The outer shell acts as the backing for the carbon fiber stitches. The reason why it works is because the strength of carbon fiber is multiplied. The repeated thermal cracking of the carbon fiber fabric creates tiny micro cracks that allow the carbon fiber to expand and contract. This makes it extremely strong.