Sooner or later, all concrete cracks. It’s just the nature of the material. The matter is deciding when it’s time to call in a contractor to repair the concrete cracks in your Fillmore home.
Many cracks are little more than hairlines, which can result from soil settling, poorly impacted soil, or water issues. At times, you can do a minor, albeit temporal, patch. However, sometimes, putting a band-aid on a problem requiring more significant repairs can only compound an issue. If you see buckling, heaving, sinking, or a tripping hazard starting to develop, it might be time to consult with a contractor about fixing the problem.
Water Damage Requires the Right Kind of Concrete Repair
Water can have a devastating impact on concrete over the long term. When water gets into a small crack, it can start to undermine the integrity of the concrete in a significant way. Because concrete is porous, when water is combined with extreme temperature changes, it can create a scaling effect where small flakes may break off. In severe cases, water can even lead to the destruction of concrete.
Depending on the nature of the damage, a surface repair might be all that is required. However, there are cases where the concrete will need to be removed entirely and replaced.
Contact A-Z Vision Remodeling for Your Concrete Repair Needs
At A=Z Vision Remodeling, we take pride in the exceptional quality of our work and the personal connection we build with every client to create an affordable and more enjoyable living experience in their home. Call us at (818) 616-3976 or complete our “Request a Quote” form and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible regarding your concrete repair needs.
We are family owned and have been locally operated for over 35 years, proudly serving Santa Clarita, Valencia, Castaic, Stevenson Ranch, Fillmore, Sunland, Sylmar, Granada Hills, Simi Valley, Thousand Oaks, Camarillo, Oxnard, Ventura, San Fernando, Burbank, Pasadena, Alta Dena, La Puente, Baldwin Park, Arcadia, Rancho Cucamonga, Pomona, Santa Paula, and surrounding Southern California communities.