What is Liquid Concrete Repair (LCR)?

Liquid Concrete Repair (LCR) is a type of repair method that uses a liquid product to repair cracks and other surface damage in concrete. The liquid product used by Strengthening Technologies is a polymer-based material that is applied to the surface of the concrete and then left to cure.

This method is commonly used for repairing small to medium-sized cracks and surface damage in concrete structures, such as sidewalks, driveways, and patios. It can also be used to repair surface damage caused by freeze-thaw cycles, salt scaling, and other environmental factors.

Some benefits of using Liquid Concrete Repair include:

Ease of application
Liquid Concrete Repair is easy to apply, and does not require special tools or equipment.

Fast curing time
Liquid Concrete Repair typically cures quickly, which means that the repaired area can be used again soon after the repair is complete.

Liquid Concrete Repair is often a more cost-effective solution than other repair methods, especially for smaller cracks and surface damage.

Liquid Concrete Repair can be used to restore the appearance of damaged concrete surfaces, making them look new again.

Liquid Concrete Repair is designed to be durable and long-lasting, helping to prevent further damage to the concrete surface.

Liquid Concrete Repair can be used on various types of concrete surfaces, and can be tinted to match the color of the surrounding concrete. Liquid Concrete Repair (LCR) can be used in a variety of concrete applications, including:

  • Concrete Driveways
  • Concrete Sidewalks
  • Concrete Car Garages
  • Concrete Parking Lots
  • Concrete Garage floors
  • Concrete Basement floors
  • Concrete Walls

LCR is particularly useful for small to medium-sized cracks and surface damage, and is suitable for both indoor and outdoor concrete surfaces. It is also ideal for repairing concrete surfaces that are subject to heavy use, such as driveways and sidewalks, as it provides a durable and long-lasting repair.

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