All Cracked Up Concrete Floors

By: Sarah Carlye

You just love the cement flooring in the warehouse, but with the forklifts and heavy loads it has become all cracked up. You have seen this before and know the cracks could go from being unsightly to a safety hazard as the edges chip and become worn.

Not sure of the best way to handle it? You can do it yourself or you can hire a professional to do the repairs on your cracked floor. It may be less expensive to do it your self, but without experience it may not be done properly or the repair may need to be redone. Companies like Concrete Floor Solutions, have the equipment, material, and experienced staff to get the repair done right. Getting done right the first time will allow you to continue on with business with minimal disruptions and interruptions.

Concrete floors deteriorate and crack because of the following reasons:

• Poor concrete floor design
• Low quality floor construction
• Owner/tenant neglect

Due to the high durability of concrete floors, user neglect is less common that design and quality problems. Neglect of a crack can make it worse, but neglect is rarely the cause.

Once there is a crack in a cement floor, prompt expert repair of the floor will lower repair costs, safety risks, and reduce wear and tear on equipment. Some owners choose to do it themselves, but most owners of warehouses and distribution centers chose to have the repair done by an experienced professional because they know in the long run it costs less.

Methods used to repair cracks include covering a hairline crack with epoxy or other material, crack fill in when it is a clean crack, and cutting into a large jagged crack to fill. Poor crack repair can make the crack worse or it can be the beginning of a series of redoing the crack repairs.

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