Questions: When is restoring concrete an option?
Answer: The trigger point when trying to determine whether to restore or replace a sidewalk or a piece of concrete is the existing concrete damage. If the concrete is too damaged meaning the substrate is severely cracked or deteriorating, it’s not a candidate for restoration. That’s where a lot of jobs go wrong – people try to restore products that are really not restorable. You have to be able to get a true determination on the condition of the existing area, preferably by a trained technician.