Concrete Cancer Repairs Sydney
We undertake a professional investigation with our highly skilled team to identify the source of the problem that is causing Concrete Cancer damage throughout your property. Identifying the source is vital in reducing the probability of further ongoing Concrete Cancer. Once the nature of, or cause of, the source is identified, we determine the best possible solution for our clients to repair the Concrete Cancer damage.
– We are a fully insured business with worker’s compensation, insured for public liability and all employees have white card health and safety and covid vaccinations.
– Our highly trained staff will always work in a safe and efficient manner while using high-quality Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Dust Extraction Equipment.
Concrete Cancer Repair Cost
$130 / Per Litre*
The cost of Concrete Cancer Repair is approximately $130 / Per Litre* in Sydney, although prices do vary a lot (UP and DOWN), so please use this as a general guide only when pricing your job.
10 Possible Signs Of Concrete Cancer
1) Rust: Rust marks will appear and is a sign of Concrete Cancer.
2) Worn Surfaces: Unprotected, porous surfaces lead to water absorption and Concrete Cancer.
3) Cracked / Fractured Concrete: Cracks provide water access to the steel reinforcement instigating Concrete Cancer and fracturing the concrete enabling further water penetration.
4) Moisture Stains and Ponding: Inadequate drainage causes water to settle into concrete leading to Concrete Cancer. When water comes into contact with steel reinforcement, the steel rusts.
5) Failing Control and Expansion Joints: Joints that do not facilitate concrete movement can lead to concrete fracturing and Concrete Cancer.
6) inadequate Concrete Cover: Steel reinforcement too close to the surface makes it easier for water absorption resulting in Concrete Cancer.
7) Rusted Balustrade Fixings: Rust spreads to the embedded concrete starting the Concrete Cancer process.
8) Bubbling Paint: Paint that appears to be bubbling i.e. on soffits, often means Concrete Cancer is present.
9) Hollow Surfaces: Concrete surfaces that seem hollow usually have Concrete Cancer.
10) Exposed Steel Reinforcement: Concrete Cancer causes concrete to break away exposing the steel reinforcement.
How To Repair Concrete Cancer
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