Patios can be located on the rear or at the entrance of a house. The patios expands the compound and can allow outdoor activities with relatives and friends to be conducted. Concrete is the most common material that people use in the construction of patios. Human activities such as cruising, walking can be a major cause of tear and wear of patios. Despite that concrete is a strong material after some time it requires to be repaired. Damages on the patios can also be due to bad weather. Another cause of the damages may be due poor construction of the patios. Its advised that one fix the patios cracks and flakes when it’s not sunny. If the patios has cracks make a concrete mix and buy a cleaning agent together with epoxy tubes. Its a requirement that the mixture dries as slowly as possible. The repairer should carry out a pre-visit to the site to be able to determine the epoxy required to repair the cracks. Cleansing of the available spots is done using the cleaning agent. The role played by the agent is usually to enable the old concrete to best hold to the new one. Then next step is to inject the concrete and the acid to all the cracks found on the cemented surface. The epoxy is then allowed to dry. This is followed by the application of concrete on the surface and then allowing it to dry after which it can be used. Taking this precaution inhibits more damages that can be as a result.
Also when one is dealing with damages that may be a result of rainwater that has damaged the cracked concrete patios then a different approach is adopted. Removal of loose particles from the cracks and on the surface is done by use of a chisel. Narrow cracks are widened to enable proper filling with the cement. When the cracks are large then the spots are cleansed using a shop vacuum. Sprinkling of water is then done to get away with the excess. Then using gout fill the crack well or apply it in layers and allowing each to dry completely. For small cracks on the patios then the repairer can use a resurfacer to fill them. Water that freeze on concrete patios may also result to flakes. These ones are simple to repair. One removes the loose pieces and then cleanses the spot. Water with sufficient pressure is used to remove the particles as the excess one is cleared away. Using the concrete mixture apply to the holes and remove the excess one and allow it to completely dry. After patching all the flakes the apply the skim coat on the whole area.
Once all these has been carried out then patio is considered to have been repaired. After the concrete is dry the people can now use the patio.