Year-Round Industrial Concrete Floor Repair

Industrial floors, like those in warehouses, distribution centers, and service stations, are prone to damage from years of environmental factors and use. Poor surface conditions, uneven sections of concrete, and severe cracks pose a risk to your workers’ safety, can damage equipment, and even affect your facility’s production schedule.

Our contractors plan meticulously to ensure a quick & effective process that minimizes disruption to your operations and allows for almost immediate use of the repaired areas. All interior concrete repair services are priced competitively to keep your project within budget and on time. Schedule your free estimate with a member of our team today.

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Interior Concrete Repair

Warehouse floors, commercial flooring, and industrial are especially susceptible to cracks and damage due to constant heavy foot traffic and movement of machinery. Interior floors typically require repair services due to:

  • Forklift damage
  • Chemical damage
  • Cracking or joint failure
  • Surface delamination, scaling, dusting
  • Sub-base subsidence, wash-outs, voids
  • Design issues
  • Wear and tear

Once you begin to see joints, cracks, potholes, or other signs of damage in the surface of your interior concrete flooring, it’s time to call in a specialist to diagnose the root cause of the issue.

A Cornerstone Restoration contractor will assess the extent of damages and draft repair services that not only address the immediate issues (like cracks or spalling) but also identifies underlying failures that cause those visible damages.

Commercial clients we serve:

  • Warehouses
  • Industrial & Commercial Facilities
  • Cold Storage
  • Airports
  • Retail
  • Shipping and Receiving Centers
  • Distribution Centers
  • Property Management
  • Service Stations & Convenience
  • Medical and Healthcare Facilities
  • Pharmaceutical Facilities
  • Food Processing Plants
Industrial concrete floor repair specialists

Contractors You Can Trust

You want a contractor who fixes both the immediate and long-term issues that come with interior concrete damages. At Cornerstone Restoration, you get just that. Our team of contractors has decades of experience identifying and addressing structural concrete damages in industrial and commercial buildings throughout the Midwest – all year round.

Whether you see signs or are in need of routine checks – we’ll come out and provide a competitively priced, turnkey solution unique to your facility and goals.

Interior Concrete Services

  • Concrete hole repair
  • Commercial Caulking & Sealing
  • Concrete crack repair
  • Concrete spalling repair
  • Concrete resurfacing
  • Concrete screeding
  • Machine pad repair
  • Loading dock repair
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Signs Your Concrete Floor Needs Repair

There are a variety of underlying root causes of concrete damage that manifest in the signs and symptoms below. Some root causes can be improperly installed or poured concrete, air barrier failures, and joint failures.

This symptom presents as excess moisture ‘bleeding’ through to the surface of your concrete floor, often as slicks or even pools of water.

Delamination presents as large pieces of concrete that have separated from the interior layers, but haven’t completely fallen off yet. These damages are hard to detect and require immediate assessment by a professional contractor to ensure safety and structural integrity.

If left unrepaired, delamination can eventually turn into spalling, or large chunks of concrete completely falling away from layers underneath.

Cracks in interior concrete are typically the most common symptom of underlying damages. Hairline cracks, large gaps, or joints in your interior concrete flooring require immediate assessment and repair.

Cracks can either remain on the surface of concrete or can penetrate through to base layers, damaging structural and foundational support. Left unrepaired, these damages could turn into costly foundation repairs and full concrete replacement.

These damages often result from air pockets and voids below the surface layer of the concrete structure. This symptom is usually very detectable, and presents as large and many cracks throughout your concrete’s surface.

Spalling damages typically present as parts of the surface of concrete peeling or falling away, exposing layers or structural support underneath. Concrete patching, resurfacing, and complete slab replacement are often the repair services suggested for spalling damage to interior concrete.

Free Commercial Floor Repair Estimates

We’re committed to providing turnkey repair solutions for commercial buildings throughout the Midwest. So, whether your building is currently experiencing any signs of interior concrete failures or you’re concerned with the structural integrity of your concrete, give our team a call. We’ll send out a specialist to review all common areas of failures and assess damage to provide a solution that’s right for you.