Tag: Joint Filler

contractor installing joint filler to concrete control joints

Epoxy vs. Polyurea Joint Fillers:
Which is best?

When properly installed, concrete is one of the most durable and long-lasting products construction pros can use. When used as finished flooring, concrete should have control joints saw cut into its surface shortly after placement. Control joints can be thought of as deliberate cracks cut into concrete floors. They allow […]

Crack Injection Epoxies by Simpson Strong-Tie

Crack Injection Epoxies for Concrete Repair Projects by Simpson Strong-Tie

Simpson Strong-Tie, the leader in engineered structural connectors and building solutions, has launched a complete line of structural epoxy products designed for a variety of concrete crack repair jobs. Tested to the latest ASTM standards, the new CI family of crack injection epoxies have an improved viscosity range, with accelerated cure times, and can be installed at temperatures between 40°F and 110°F to meet the demands of real-world concrete repair applications.

Pourthane by W.R. Meadows

W. R. Meadows Expands Color Selection for Pourthane Joint Sealants

W. R. Meadows not only offers non-sag and self-leveling versions of their dependable Pourthane joint sealant line, but both products are now available in a variety of colors to add an aesthetically-pleasing element to this necessary concrete construction component. No longer compromise quality for appearance; with Pourthane NS and Pourthane SL, you can feel confident in the longevity of the product and be proud of the finished look.

Explore the Many Uses of Polyurea for Concrete Polishing Projects

As polished concrete has increased in popularity, there has been a tremendous number of innovative products brought to the market to help meet customer expectations. One very important product is polyurea. It’s a two-part liquid-applied product that sets up quickly, gets hard enough to polish, and comes in a wide variety of colors and viscosity levels.

Perfect Fixes for Polished Concrete Floors

A concrete floor polished up to 3,000 grit, stained, guarded and burnished can be a sight of sheer beauty. For many customers, a polished concrete floor is the perfect fit. The only problem is, many concrete floors are far from perfect slabs. There are pinholes, cracks, pop-outs, gouges, and spalling joints, just to name a few flaws.