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A Guide to Concrete Resurfacing

Replacing concrete can be a costly, headache-inducing process. The old concrete needs to be removed before we can install the new concrete, which is why many people choose to get their concrete resurfaced instead.

This essentially means we pour new concrete over the old concrete, giving it a cleaner look. In this article, we’ll cover everything you need to know about concrete resurfacing. This includes discussing when you should get your concrete resurfaced, how long you should expect the resurfaced concrete to last for, and more. By the end, we’ll also explain why Almand Bros is New Jersey’s concrete contracting company of choice.

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How Can You Tell That Your Concrete Needs to Be Resurfaced or Replaced?

As with all things, concrete ages over time. Concrete resurfacing is designed to help counteract this aging, so there are a few signs you should look for when determining whether or not it’s time to get it resurfaced.

One of the most obvious signs of aging concrete is cracks. These cracks can be a sign of many different things: shrinking, expansion, tree roots, or the concrete having too much weight applied to it.

As well, you’ll want to look for unlevel surfaces. Sometimes, it will be obvious when concrete isn’t level. Other times, you’ll need to look for pooling water, which shows that certain areas are lower than others.

When Should You Get Concrete Resurfaced?

When resurfacing concrete, it’s important to pay attention to the original concrete’s structural integrity. There are some situations where the concrete isn’t sturdy enough to support the new concrete, which means you’d just have to remove both the old and new concrete after the resurfacing is finished to address the issue.

Tree roots are one of the biggest problems here, as they can push through the concrete. Because these roots grow over time, the problem can grow over time as well.

While some cracks can be fixed before a concrete resurfacing job, old cracks that are present throughout the height of the concrete may require this concrete to be removed. You’ll need to speak with a professional concrete contractor to determine whether you can get a resurfacing job, or if you need to get the concrete replaced.

How Long Should Concrete Resurfacing Last For?

As technology has advanced, concrete resurfacing has become more and more effective. This means you should expect the resurfacing job to last for up to 15 years if it’s done by professionals.

Looking for Concrete Resurfacing in the New Jersey Area?

If so, you’ve come to the right place. At Almand Bros, we’re committed to making sure New Jersey residents have all the concrete, masonry, hardscaping, and waterproofing services they need. We believe in quality service, which is how we’ve been able to stay in business for decades.

If you have any questions about what we can do for your or your property, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us by calling (856) 310-1390 or emailing us at almand.bros@outlook.com.

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