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When Should You Remove and Replace Concrete?

Posted in Construction & Renovation

For repairing the concrete, the extra cement is poured into the damaged surface to repair it and make it smooth, to the level of floor. Though the floor will be repaired, but it would affect the aesthetics of your place.

Consider replacing the concrete with classic and modern concrete, to give a new and stylish look to your place. As concrete can change the whole appearance of your place, make it worthy of getting accolades from your clients and guests.

Sunken Cement

Sometimes pieces of cements sink deep into the soil, due to various reasons. Sunken cement gets detached from the soil. Due to this, rainwater reaches underneath the cement and the cement, having no support from the soil, gets detached and creates a void in the area.

If the climate is cold or damp, the moisture gets absorbed by the cement and detaches it from its root. Repairs won’t be beneficial to deal with such situations.

Damp Concrete

The porous nature of concrete makes it absorb moisture and makes it damp. If the concrete at your place is damp, that means it is soaking humidity from the drains. Only the replacement of concrete can give you a permanent solution.

With the help of demolition, remove the old concrete and cover the exterior area around the drains completely with cement, and dig the drains very deep into the ground.

It will keep a check on the moisture; deep drains, well covered with cement from all the sides, will not let moisture reach to the concrete, and damage it.