Making old concrete new again is the premise behind concrete restoration and Sundek of Washington has the expertise and know how to fix, repair, resurface, and decorate old damaged and unsightly concrete surfaces.
Our concrete restoration services span the Washington DC, Virginia, Maryland and Delaware Metro areas. We have established ourselves as the leading concrete repair contractor in the area and provide very competitive prices.
With an on site visit we can assess the current situation and provide a wide range of options to repair and restore your concrete to it’s original beauty and often times make it even better.
Our decades of experience and local crews allows us to help a variety of clients with their commercial, industrial or residential properties.Free Analysis & Estimate
Some of just the few associated concrete restoration services we offer include:
- Concrete problem analysis
- Concrete Staining and Coloration
- Concrete cleaning
- Concrete repair
- Patching and resurfacing
- Floor refinishing
- Slab repair
- Concrete coatings
- Concrete crack repair
- Waterproof coatings
- Commercial and plaza drives resurfacing
- Decorative concrete
- Concrete veneer Installation
- Overall concrete restoration
Why concrete needs restoration?
In the Washington, Virginia, Maryland and Delaware regions you can expect many reasons for concrete to deteriorate. In the winter the salts and grit will eat away at the surface of the concrete and cause wear and tear and chipped areas to appear. When moisture gets into concrete the frozen deposits of liquid will expand and can cause pop off’s or spalling of the surrounding concrete.
In the hot humid months of summer, concrete can expands and can often times crack and sheer under the brute force of the expanding slab against other foundations and natural elements.
Like most things, concrete is not perfect and is often left neglected. With proper restoration, concrete can be made new again and when done right can prevent future problems from occurring again with some simple preventative and maintenance measures.
Related article on Wikipedia: Concrete degradation