Concrete Restoration

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Concrete/Brickwork Repairs, Grout Injection, Crack Stitching and Crack Injection

concrete Restoration

Concrete Cancer is caused when steel reinforcing within a concrete slab begins to rust. As steel rusts, it can expand up to 7 times its original size, causing the surrounding concrete to break away. The reinforcing is now more vulnerable to water which speeds up the process of the concrete cancer. This process is also often known as Concrete Spalling.

RCR Services offer a comprehensive range of specialist services including a comprehensive inspection and report, repair strategies, following on with the Concrete/Brickwork Repairs, Grout Injection, Crack Stitching and Crack Injection as necessary.

RCR Services works closely with Structural Engineers, Architects, Civil Engineers and Body Corporate Management.

RCR Services also specialises in the remediation of Heritage building facades, working closely with reputable stone masons.

concrete Restoration Services include:

Concrete restoration by rcr services

Concrete/Brickwork Repairs, Grout Injection, Crack Stitching and Crack Injection

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Oasis Apartments - Roof & Concrete Remedial Services - RCR Services

Oasis Apartments

RCR was contracted by Oasis Apartments, Nelson Bay to carry out remedial waterproofing works to the flat concrete roof slab. The roof slab had numerous

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Sanitarium - Roof & Concrete Remedial Services - RCR Services

Sanitarium

Sanitarium in NSW recently engaged RCR to waterproof the roof of the grain silos. Over the years the existing sheet membrane had deteriorated and was

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Muswellbrook Hospital floor sealing - Roof & Concrete Remedial Services - RCR Services

Muswellbrook Hospital

Muswellbrook hospital’s plant room floor areas had never been waterproofed and the concrete floor slab leaked extensively into the ward below, rendering them unusable during

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