Are you tired of looking at your worn-out, stained, uneven, or cracked concrete garage floor? Have you tried filling and sealing the cracks, but they just keep getting bigger and more noticeable? Has all that salt that’s come into your garage on your car eaten holes in the floor? Is the garage floor stained forever with oil and other fluids that have leaked onto it for years?Temporary fixes just can’t do the job, and quickly deteriorate. If you’re embarrassed and annoyed with a horrible garage floor, maybe now is the time to do something about it once and for all. CJH Paving and Concrete can remove your old garage floor and pour a brand-new floor for your garage that will make you proud and improve the value of your home.
Cracks And Other Damage To Your Concrete Garage Floor
The most common repair problems with concrete garage floors are cracks. Garage floors take a lot of abuse from very heavy objects like vehicles, boats, campers and tools that are dropped, causing chips and cracks. Concrete garage floors are subjected to the harsh temperature changes found in Brampton and Mississauga, which can cause cracks, bulging, and unevenness in your garage floor. Salt brought into your garage in the winter can actually eat holes in your garage floor.
If the cracks or other damage are minor and not very noticeable, you can temporarily fix the problem yourself with home mixed cement applied to the cracks. If you’ve come to this website, though, it probably means that your problem is not small hairline cracks in your concrete floor, but a more serious problem that requires a new concrete floor.
Replacing Your Concrete Garage Floor
The best solution for all of your garage floor problems is a complete replacement of the floor. We have replaced many garage floors. And the result is a smooth, clean garage floor any homeowner would be proud of. Here is the process that we use to replace existing garage floors.
- Saw-cut the existing floor and remove.
- Load all debris into a truck and take it for recycling.
- Order concrete, after careful measurements, and pour and level the floor.
- Install steel re-bar to reinforce the new concrete.
- Re-compact the sub-base, if necessary
- Finish the new floor with bull floats and trowels.
After Our Work Is Done
The new concrete floor goes through a curing process that lasts about 7-10 days. You should be able to park on the new concrete garage floor after 7-10 days. Sealing your concrete garage floor is the absolute best way to keep your new floor looking good and makes it easy to clean in the future. Concrete is very porous and soaks up stains quickly. A professionally applied garage floor sealant will keep oil, paint and dirt or salt from car tires from permeating the cement floor.