Joint, Spall, and Crack Repair
Concrete floors are rarely, if ever, perfect. Over time, exposure to heavy vehicle traffic, industrial equipment, tracked-in road salts, or extreme temperatures can cause concrete to crack and spall (break off in small pieces).
Unprotected joints and imperfections in concrete often lead to the breakdown of floors. Not only is this kind of concrete damage unsightly, but it also represents a trip hazard and a liability to property owners.
Concrete repair tips:
- Prior to polishing or installation of epoxy coatings, all cracks and spalls must be properly repaired. Failure to do so can lead to the failure of the flooring system
- Always blow out dust and debris from cracks
- Cracks and spall areas should be clean and dry before they are filled with repair materials
- For larger cracks, use grinder, saw, or hammer and chisel to widen the area for better filling; the repair depth should be at least half an inch
Without the proper repair material and procedures, the repair will fail leading to a more costly repair as well as additional downtime. Jon-Don highly recommends that all concrete repair work be performed by a properly trained concrete professional.
Concrete Crack Repair Preparation
Jon-Don carries a full selection of concrete repair products and equipment that are suitable for a wide range of environments, including indoor, outdoor, deep freeze, or extreme heat. Our concrete fillers can be blended to match the existing concrete surface and give the appearance of a single, neat and clean finish.
Gorilla 4.5" Dustless Crack Chaser$1,307.89Out of stock
Just Cut, Inc. Segmented Turbo Supreme Blade
Starting at $32.95
Stellite® Joint Cleanout Blade, 7"
Starting at $270.83
Premium Tuck Point Blades, 0.25 Inch
Starting at $44.95
Premium Tuck Point Blade, 0.375
Starting at $59.95
Premium V‑Segment Crack Chaser Blade
Starting at $75.95