concrete cancer

What is concrete cancer?

Concrete cancer can be explained fairly simply. It is the result of corrosion to the reinforcement bar in the concrete. Usually this happens close to the surface and then as time passes, the corrosion spreads through the rebar and can become a significant structural problem. Repairing concrete cancer early is the key to preventing ongoing

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Have you got concrete cancer at your unit block?

Concrete cancer at a unit block can cause widespread damage to a building if left untreated. Repairing concrete cancer can be a very expensive exercise, particularly where it has not been detected early.  Most concrete cancer specialists will scaffold you building to undertake the works, causing disruption to tenancy and unnecessary access costs. Industrial rope access

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