Concrete refurbishment

Environmental influences, moisture or wetness often lead to damage to concrete components

Even advanced damage can be repaired with various subsequent repair systems.

  • Crack repair using steel doweling and synthetic resin

  • Complete renovation through renewal

  • Slope regulation by milling off the existing surface or build-up

  • Production of new surfaces by concreting or coating

Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

In the case of cracks in concrete components, a special resin is injected to reconnect the two parts of the structure.

In the case of chipping and frost damage to concrete components, the surface to be treated is stuccoed or sandblasted and reprofiled in several layers. A subsequent application of a protective coating against further frost damage is recommended.

Carbon dioxide from the air penetrates the concrete surface and reacts with moisture to form carbonic acid, which attacks the concrete. The more porous the surface of the concrete, the faster this process runs. This is often caused by gravel pockets or errors during compaction. Collision damage and deep scratches are further causes.

It is important to protect the concrete from environmental influences by regularly hydrophobizing or impregnating concrete as corrosion protection.