Finalcrete can be used for a variety of purposes—from topping to patching, shallow feathering and deep or partial fills. Filling cracks is one of the specialties of this two-component, early strength repair material and while some of the shrinkage that causes cracking can be prevented, this is the solution for those that have already formed.

When you get to start from scratch on walls, floors or any concrete project sometimes new construction requires repairs. Visible shrinkage cracking can be avoided with a cover of wet burlap or polyethylene between finishing procedures. You try to avoid creating the need for them, but repairs are often necessary and that’s why having Finalcrete on hand is both the economical and versatile way to go.

There’s less work needed to prepare the surface and you can use Finalcrete with regular concrete repair tools or as a spray application. It cleans up with water and is self bonding, with no failure at the bond line.

Employing the fundamentals will cut down on repairs but not get rid of them entirely. Adequate contraction and isolation joints need to be provided. Contraction joints need 10 to 15 feet spacing and isolation joints are needed where floors meet walls or in other places where restriction to horizontal or vertical movement is anticipated.

Having all the bases covered means using Finalcrete, a product that will not shrink on cure and once cured can be cleaned or power washed. Use it where you need to in weather conditions between 10°C and 35°C and get the finish you want with a job done fast and easy.