Colorado Concrete Polishing does Commercial Sealing and Joint Filler in Colorado and it’s surrounding States.
Control joints are planned cracks to allow for movement by temperature. They are cut so your so your concrete slab does not crack across the middle. After your control joints are cut, sealing is done to give the joint the proper shape. The joints must be vacuumed and cleaned to ensure there is no debris before applying the product to the joint. A joint sealer is able to mold itself between two concrete slabs as it is a flexible material that will remain in tact as the concrete expands and contracts. The sealer is applied over a backer rod to give the joint a proper shape. Backer rod is placed in the base of the joint as it decreases the amount of product needed and it prevents the sealer from caving in as it cures. The reason for the sealer is to prevent dirt and other debris to fall between the concrete joints and also to increase the look of the concrete.
Joint filler is applied to those areas with heavy traffic as it fills the entire depth of the concrete joints along with supporting the edges of the joint, so they do not crack or break. If your control joints are not filled, you will have dirt collection problems and possible slab displacement.
CCP is experienced in both sealing and joint filling on large scale commercial job sites. CCP goes through a standard process for every job and are familiar with the best sealant and joint filler to use for your project. Colorado Concrete Polishing assists companies with concrete joint repair on their job site that needs repairing or maintenance.
Looking for a competitive quote from an experience company for your commercial sealing or joint filling project? Give CCP a call today!