How to Repair Concrete Expansion Joints

Repair Concrete Expansion Joints Early to Save Time and Money

Thanks to botched install (not one of our crews), we had the pleasure of restoring concrete expansion joints at a local church. If you’re not sure how to repair concrete expansion joints or you’re looking for an easier way to get it done, you’ve come to the right place. We’ll show you what went wrong on this install and give you some tips to repair it before it becomes a really expensive fix.

Why You Should Repair Concrete Expansion Joints Before It’s Too Late

On our project, the original installer used a combination of foam backer rod and a concrete expansion joint filler that was too rigid for the application. With only the two joint sides to bond with and not the bottom, the contractor got paid for sub-par work that left unsightly cracks in the filler less than a year later as the building settled.

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