Concrete Floor Repair

Surfaces gradually age and suffer from wear and tear, but concrete flooring can outlast many weaker surfaces. Still, concrete floor repair can restore a surface to its original state. Plus, concrete polishing adds beauty and durability to any surface.

A concrete floor repair job starts with diamond grinding to smooth out the surface. Steel shot blasting then removes layers of contamination, revealing a mechanical profile for superior adhesion. After the holes and cracks are sealed, we apply a two-part polyester Urethane for superior chemical and abrasion resistance.

Trip Hazards — Sidewalks and Driveways

Sidewalk Trip Hazard

Trip hazard

The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) defines a trip hazard as any vertical change of ¼” or more at a joint or crack.  As we remove the trip hazard, we grind back 12 inches for every 1-inch in height differential in order to provide a nice even slope that complies with ADA standards.

Federal Law Requirements

Sidewalk Trip Hazard

Trip hazard removed

Federal law requires the removal of all trip hazards from all pedestrian walkways. Because the ADA demands compliance, trip hazards present a legal liability. By eliminating trip hazards, property owners reduce their legal liability. The most efficient and cost effective method of removing trip hazards is concrete grinding.

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