Concrete slabs usually include joints where different pieces come together. These joints can cause problems because they are more susceptible to damage from water and foreign objects. At Allied Concrete Cutting & Drilling, we over concrete joint sealing to keep these seams safe from damage.
For joint sealing to be done properly, the edges of the seam need to be chamfered or bevelled to reduce the stress on the joint. We provide concrete bevelling services in order to make your concrete seams as strong as possible. For sealing, we use Dow Corning 888 Silicone.
Concrete joint sealing can be used on concrete that will be the main surface, and it also works well for concrete that will be paved over with asphalt. Construction joints, control joints and expansion joints can all be sealed both horizontally and vertically across your paved surface.