If your concrete is spalling, these are the repair options: patch the spalled area with a color matching compound. Have your concrete resurfaced with an overlay. Rip out and replace the entire slab.
How to Fix Flaking Concrete?
Fixing flaking concrete is a necessary task for any homeowner. If you’re faced with this issue, it’s important to get it fixed as soon as possible to prevent further damage.
The longer you wait, the more likely it is that the damage will become worse and more expensive to repair. Luckily, it’s not as difficult as you may think to fix flaking concrete.
The first step in fixing flaking concrete is to clean the area. Use a wire brush or power washer on a low setting to remove any dirt, debris, and mildew from the surface.
Make sure you rinse the area thoroughly afterward. Once the area is clean, let it completely dry before doing anything else.
The next step is to remove any loose, flaking concrete from the surface. You can do this by chiseling it away with a hammer or chisel.
Make sure to wear eye protection when chiseling as pieces of concrete can fly off and cause damage. Once all the loose pieces are removed, use a brush or broom to sweep away the debris and ensure the area is clean and free of any loose particles. Once the area is fully prepared, it’s time to apply the patching