Concrete Repair Products in USA and Canada
Premium products for concrete crack repair, foundation wall repair, basement & crawlspace sealing. Contractor grade polyurethanes, epoxies & polyureas. Get expert advice. Call or click today.
Patching, rapid set, repair & resurfacing products. Quickly patch with Super-Quik, resurface with Bond-Kote without raising floor elevation. Sole source of supply government curb, gutter & sidewalk repair.
Versatile Building Products
Versatile Building Products 4920 is a 100% solids Polyurea formulated for use as a semi-rigid joint filler. 4920 is made with a flexible polymer backbone, not a plasticizer, ensuring long durable performance.
HMI Concrete Lifting Systems
Concrete repair equipment & products. Get training on concrete lifting, leveling & raising. Start a new business or expand your existing business. Call today to get a free catalog or quote.
Rhino Carbon Fiber Wall Supports
Basement walls bowing? Need a speedy and reliable fix? Our patented Rhino® Carbon Fiber Wall Supports link the foundation base with the house framing making it the strongest system on the market!
NextStar Technologies. Quality products for concrete crack repair, foundation wall repair, Contractor grade polyurethanes, epoxies & polyureas. Canadian Distributer. Call or click today.
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The Concrete Staple is the only crack repair system that really works long term. Stronger than #40 rebar. Repair cracks in driveways, walkways, patios, walls or foundations before overlays or coatings. Order today.
Repair bowed basement walls. Carbon fiber crack repair staple for concrete, walls & masonry block. Designed to be used with a Concrete Slotter. This Pre-Preg Precured Staple is faster to install and easy to cover.
Speed Bond is a fast curing, super-bonding, flexible repair material. Repair cracks, pits & holes prior to resurfacing. Use our overlays & stains to restore old concrete. We have distributors nationwide & internationally.
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