Concrete Paving & Maintenance
No concrete job is too big for us.
Concrete plays an important role in many facilities and is the chief component of most parking garages, curbs, ramps and sidewalks. Concrete is favored for its durability, but it is still susceptible to cracking. Over a prolonged period of time, water can seep in and create large holes in the original structure.
The most common method of concrete repair is removal and reinstallation. In this process, we excavate the damaged area to remove the necessary concrete and reinforce the base using a vibratory roller machine. From there, we pour new concrete into the excavated area, fix it in place with wire mesh in order to keep new cracks from forming, and begin the curing process.
Whether your job is residential, commercial or industrial, we are happy to offer our expertise in the field of concrete at a fair and reasonable price. We specialize in all types of concrete repair, from handicap ramps to curbs, walkways, walls and parking bumpers.
Concrete Staining & Sealing
Give your concrete a sleek, weather-resistant finish that increases its lifespan.
Crack sealing is an essential element of parking lot maintenance. Improperly sealed cracks leave the surrounding pavement much more prone to damage and, if not addressed in a timely manner, could wind up costing you thousands of dollars.
Crack sealing prevents tremendous potential damage by preventing water from seeping into the base of the pavement. A properly applied sealant forms a waterproof bond that also glues the pavement back together and protects the concrete surrounding the crack. Our knowledgeable crew can easily determine the exact method needed to seal any crack in your pavement, no matter the type of crack or the extent of the damage.
Improve your parking lot appearance & safety.
Effectively marked parking lots maximize the efficiency of traffic flow as well as the amount of vehicles it can accommodate. In addition to re-striping faded parking lines, our crew can properly stripe brand new parking lots. We adhere strictly to the guidelines set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) to ensure your parking lot meets the required amount of handicapped and van-size parking spaces.
A typical striping job involves latex paint, but if your parking lot regularly endures heavy traffic, thermoplastic striping is likely a better option. Thermoplastic paint is the standard paint used on most roadways due to its brightness and extremely high durability compared to other paint methods.