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Concrete Repair Seattle WA

Although concrete is very durable and should last a long time, it may need occasional repairs. Just like anything else in life. The cold weather and strong rains in Seattle can cause some damage to it. If you notice any cracks, holes, or damage to your concrete patio or driveway, call us for a quick and effective concrete repair Seattle.

Most of the time you don’t have to remove or replace concrete if the damage is small. It may just require a joint filling or a simple seal. That is the importance of acting fast to fix concrete.


Most Common Repairs Most Common Repairs

The most common repair we do are:

  • Driveway Repair
  • Patio Repair
  • Retaining Wall Repair
  • Concrete Stairs Repair
  • Concrete slab repair

The types of cracks we see most often are shrinkage cracks, structural cracks, and off-set structural cracks. Freeze and thaw cycles can also cause the concrete to crack. Driveways and concrete patios Seattle are by far the most common areas for damage.

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Shrinkage Cracks

Typically seen on the surface and are under 1/16th of an inch wide. It is caused mostly by the way the concrete dries.

Structural Cracks

Structural cracks vary size. The most common reason for this type of cracks is a shift in the soil or a poorly mixed concrete pour. Basically, they are created by shear forces and produce harshly uneven surfaces. These can become more complicated to fix.

Freeze/Thaw Cycles

Water expands about 9 percent when it freezes. There is moisture in the concrete and if that freezes it produces pressure in its pores. If the pressure developed exceeds the tensile strength of the concrete, the cavity will then dilate and eventually rupture. Some areas of Seattle see snow yearly. Although the snowfall is not too significant, having a careful installation will help to minimize problems with temperature variations. That is done by using properly designed expansion or isolation joints, followed by proper detailing. In case you need to use a deicer, be aware that some further damage the concrete. In this case, experts agree that calcium is the least harmful to concrete.

Concrete Repair Process

How To Repair Concrete

The first aspect to repair concrete is to assess the type of damage.  That is because different types of concrete damage require different types of repairs.  A small crack on a slab may just need to be filled in a leveled.  That may not be enough on bigger cracks.  In those cases you may need concrete resurfacing Seattle to add a new layer.  Concrete refinishing is only needed if the damage are stains and discoloration.  That is very common in commercial spaces.  In rare cases, the damage may already be too significant, and you may need to replace your driveway for example. Needless to say, ensure that you have an expert such as Concrete Seattle Pros analyzing the damage before promising a specific technique.

Effective Concrete Repair Solutions in Seattle

Looking for reliable Seattle concrete repair contractors can be stressful.  If you are searching for professionalism, experience, and skill, look no further.  Our concrete company has built and repaired many concrete driveways, patios, walkways, and retaining walls in Seattle over the years. 

Why Choose Our Contractors for Concrete Repair in Seattle?

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When you need a repair service, you need speed, efficiency, and quality. Our team can deliver all of that at an affordable price. Residential and commercial concrete repair services you can trust:

✔ Licensed and insured contractors
✔ Skilled and experienced
✔ Honest and trusted
✔ Transparent pricing
✔ Satisfaction guaranteed


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Professionally installed concrete should last a long time before it needs to be repaired. However, damages can happen. As soon as you notice a crack you should repair it. Call us for a FREE estimate for concrete installation or repair.