"Our team spoke with many contractors and in doing so we addressed the contractors fears while delivering a sound and consistent repair and resurfacing solution to spalled concrete."
Dade City, FL (PRWEB) May 26, 2011
Once the damaging effects of the cold winter months become apparent, even concrete, as tough and resilient as it is, can show signs of wear and tear through the freeze and thaw cycles.
Spalled concrete is the unsightly surface of a concrete slab that exposes pits, chips and gouges and can often times have large sheets of it's surface crack and flake away from the concrete slab itself.
The end result is a concrete surface that looks horrible and leaves many home and business owners scratching their head as to what to do with their concrete.
Surecrete Design Products out of Dade City Florida, has developed a proven and permanent solution to spalled concrete and concrete surface deterioration. With a multi step systems the concrete can be hardened, repaired, resurfaced and protected from future problems.
The Surecrete Concrete Restoration System Includes:
Concrete Surface Prep
Concrete Patching and Crack Treatment
Slip Resistant Thin Concrete Overlay
and Concrete Sealer
This innovative concrete restoration system can take the most unsightly concrete slabs and make them better than new, while also providing the option to not only repair the concrete but add a decorative finish to it.
Product Development Director Tony Leff states, "Our team spoke with many contractors and in doing so we addressed the contractors fears while delivering a sound and consistent repair and resurfacing solution to spalled concrete."
Spalled concrete often occurs because concrete is a porous material and allows for moisture to penetrate it's surface. When temperatures cycle and water freezes inside a concrete slab, it expands and can cause cracking, de-lamination, and flaking.
The Surecrete Concrete Restoration System will seal off the surface of the concrete to help eliminate moisture from entering the concrete avoiding spalled concrete in future years.
For complete information, nation wide distributors, and a concrete repair video 'how to' visit: SureCrete Design Products Website