Most concrete experts agree that the most common area where concrete floors become damaged, is the joints.
Cracks in your concrete floor can be either “cosmetic” or “structural” with regards to their impact on your floor and business.
This method involves injecting a non-shrink grout below the panels to fill in the voids is an accepted repair method.
Freezer facilities require highly specialised repair methodologies and products due to the sub-zero operational temperatures.
Floors which exhibit surface issues such as weak abrasion resistance or surface delamination can be easily repaired using CLF’s refined repair techniques.
Floor users are continually revising operational layouts and strategies which often lead to the moving of racking and fencing.
CLF has incorporated methodologies using specialist grinding and appropriate screeds to improve floor levels as required.