Concrete typically needs an annual review especially with the Colorado climate and changes in temperature. The freeze and thaw cycles can cause cracking and heaving creating trip hazards.
We will perform a FREE evaluation of the condition of the concrete and work with you and your budget to develop the best plan and proposal for your goals and best value for your dollar.
Patching is a temporary but low-cost solution. Patching is best for minor repairs that have not significantly deteriorated. They are best done for areas of low foot traffic and will not typically hold up to vehicular traffic.
Performed when the concrete is structurally damaged, where large cracks have developed, pitting, spalling, and/or the concrete has raised or sunk.
DACS has Concrete Crews that have extensive experience with:
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) defines a ‘trip hazard‘ as any vertical change of over 1/4 inch or more at any joint or crack. Since the ADA demands strict compliance, trip hazards represent a legal liability.
Concrete planing/grinding is best used to level uneven raised concrete surfaces, although the appearance may not be as aesthetically pleasing as new concrete, the cost is much less.
Caulking is used to keep water out from the subgrade and prolong the life of concrete.
It is good for both cracks and transition joints.
DACS uses commercial grade caulking as well as backing if it is required.
Sikaflex is polyurethane which is an excellent product because it remains permanently flexible, dries quickly, sticks to most surfaces, and highly resistant to weather conditions.