cracked concrete becomes safety hazard for employees and customers

At What Point are Damaged Concrete Surfaces a Safety Issue?

The daffodils might not be the only things coming up from the ground as signs of spring begin to appear. In colder-weather climates, new cracks and other concrete surface damage are also showing their faces.
But at what point is this damage more than an aesthetics issue? When is it cause for concern for employee or customer safety? And how should it be addressed?


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commercial concrete failing because of heavy duty use

Tear Out and Replace Damaged Concrete? There’s Got to Be a Better Way

Many times, when concrete is damaged it’s truly only limited to the surface layer. In situations where the sub-base is still structurally sound, it can be kept and instead repaired or restored.


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NACS 2019

FAQ’s at the 2019 NACS Show

Simon Surfaces’ exhibit at the 2019 NACS Show in Atlanta was a popular destination among the convenience store owner and fuel retailer attendees. What were they most commonly asking about?

Epoxy Mortar v Concrete

Epoxy systems provide strong relief from concrete’s weaknesses

From pitting and spalling to the cracks that will inevitably appear, concrete damage on your curbs, walkways and ramps can be a nuisance. When it comes time to address these areas, take note of the advantageous strength and durability benefits of concrete-alternative epoxies. Let the numbers speak for themselves. Look at the epoxy systems’ compression…