Concrete Sanding

Concrete Sanding

Concrete Sanding and Resurfacing For The Home

It’s one of the most commonly used construction materials in the world, and it’s as versatile as it is reliable, but what can be done if concrete starts to show the signs of its age? Fortunately, concrete is often used to last for decades at a time without any need for reparations, but it can sometimes be unavoidable to undertake a little concrete sanding and resurfacing project every so often – just to keep it as functional and supportive as possible.
Fixing Cracks
If there’s one weakness that concrete has, it’s the tendency for it to crack under pressure, or when exposed to the elements. In most cases, a crack in concrete can be treated with minimal fuss, but there are times where a crack runs deeper – or even worse; straight through the foundation. When this occurs, it’s important to rectify the damaged area, and if it’s very severe – a professional construction company should be called to address the matter.
Sanding Concrete
It’s not always cracks to look out for; in some instances, concrete can crumble and wear away over time, or when impacted with a blunt instrument. When this happens, the best thing to do is to fill the crumbled or damaged area, and then allow it several days to dry fully. Once the drying process has completed, you may be left with a slightly uneven surface. The best way to deal with this surface is to sand it down. This can be done manually via sand paper and a bit of elbow grease, or via an electronic appliance that sands and smoothens the area in no time at all.


Concrete Surface Preparation using Diamond Grinding Machine, In this video clip you will see the use of a diamond grinding machine to profile the concrete surface to accept self leveling concrete or industrial coatings.