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CONCRETE RESTORATION

Concrete Restoration is often seen as merely a cosmetic concern. However, for restoration applications to be effective the concrete must be treated not only on the surface, but as deep into the concrete as possible. When starting any restoration procedure, it is important to properly clean and remove all contaminants from the surface of the concrete. Once the surface is contaminant free we are able to chemically harden and preserve the inner body of the concrete.
As concrete ages, it can become weak due to weathering and moisture erosion. By applying an erosion inhibitor which penetrates the body of the concrete, we are able to combat the natural deterioration process and help preserve it. The penetrating product crystallizes the many voids within the aggregate layers, closing the gaps and densifying the concrete from bottom to top.
Once the concrete surface has been hardened we can turn our attention to the cosmetic appearance. Visions Below offers Orange County clients a wide variety of resurfacing options that range from standard finishes to decorative. We can also create custom finishes to meet the needs and requirements of a specific project. The Visions Below staff are experts at concrete restoration. Our experience extends to a variety of services including tile, stone, marble and concrete or epoxy terrazzo. We can even handle above and below grade foundational flooring, vertical concrete or concrete masonry unit (CMU) walls and decorative or standard exterior concrete flatwork.

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Why Choose Concrete Restoration?


The primary advantage of concrete restoration is that it is less expensive than a new construction, yet it still gives the appearance of having all new concrete. In addition to improving the overall look, cracks are repaired and this solves structural problems. Because concrete restoration is cheaper, it is easier to stay on top of as part of a routine property maintenance program. This prevents problems from getting out of hand and manages risk by helping to keep people safe.

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