Frequently Asked Questions
How is epoxy injection used for fixing concrete?
Epoxy injection is a method used to repair concrete structures by filling cracks and voids with a resin-based material. The epoxy is injected into the crack or void under pressure, ensuring that it penetrates deeply into the concrete and bonds to the surrounding material.
This method is useful for repairing cracks in concrete walls, floor slabs, bridges, and other structures, as it provides a strong and durable repair that can withstand heavy loads and harsh environmental conditions. The process of epoxy injection is performed by the experienced professionals at Texas Strengthening Technologies, who use specialized equipment to carefully clean, prepare, and inject the epoxy into the damaged area.
Epoxy injection has several benefits when used for fixing concrete, including:
Epoxy is a very strong material, which makes it ideal for repairing cracks in concrete. The bond between the epoxy and the concrete is very strong, which helps to restore the structural integrity of the concrete.
Epoxy is a highly durable material, and the repair made using epoxy injection is designed to last for many years.
Ease of use
Epoxy injection is a relatively straightforward process that does not require extensive training or special equipment. This makes it a cost-effective solution for repairing cracks in concrete.
Epoxy injection can be used to repair cracks of various sizes, from hairline cracks to large cracks that measure several inches in width.
The repaired crack will be nearly invisible once the epoxy has cured, which can improve the overall appearance of the concrete.
Compared to other concrete repair methods, epoxy injection is often a more cost-effective solution, especially for smaller cracks.