Category Archives: Concrete Repair

30 Concrete Repairs Using FlexKRETE

30 Concrete Repairs Using FlexKRETE: You may not realize it, but FlexKRETE is in use around the world at airports, theme and water parks, marinas, monuments, zoos, and landmarks including the Golden Gate Bridge. Over the past year, we've seen a substantial increase in contractors and airport authorities launch specific 'FlexKRETE Repair Crews'. They've even…
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Richardson Texas Street Overlay

Richardson, Texas Street Overlay: FlexKRETE helped expedite this large-scale project. Expanding streets and bridges and keeping them well maintained is a challenge for most cities. Richardson, Texas saved time and money by using FlexKRETE to overlay a lengthy concrete span that would be part of a new bridge. The image illustrates how an existing sidewalk…
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Extreme Damage Calls For An Extreme Solution

Extreme Damage Calls For An Extreme Solution: The crushing brutality of daily forklift traffic can be repaired. This concrete service drive could be considered 'the perfect storm" of damaged concrete and included broken joints, cracks and crumbling, de-bonding, deep voids, missing sections, spalls, and uneven surfaces. It's a great example of how you can repair…
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Vertical Concrete Repair

Elephants VS FlexKRETE:  Vertical concrete repair wins the day in KC. Using their tusks, Elephants at the Kansas City Zoo kept digging into failed concrete at the joint, increasing the size of the void. Contractors used FlexKRETE's fast-set material to make a vertical concrete repair to the damaged area below and provided a long-term solution for…
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Multiple Depth Repair Mix Ratios

Bank parking lot entrance had repair depths from 1/2" to 5". Using the standard FlexKRETE mix ratio on shallow repairs, and multiple depth repair mix ratios on deep voids save time and money. Providing clients and prospects a fast, durable, and long-term concrete repair solution with little to no traffic interruption or downtime can differentiate you from…
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