How to Repair Cracked Concrete Floors
Even though concrete is tough, if not installed properly or misused, it can still crack. While you may see it as just an eyesore, a crack in your concrete, whether a driveway or garage, can possibly hurt the value of your home. Since repairing concrete is fairly easy, don’t be afraid to give it a try. There are plenty of DIY repair kits out there today for you to choose from for cracked or pitted concrete. The best material to use, Epoxy, is a 2-component polyurethane polymer which doesn’t require routing, fills hairline cracks, cures quickly, is stronger than concrete, and can be applied in freezing temperatures. Of course, sometimes a repair may only be a temporary fix, depending on what caused the cracked concrete in the first place.