Concrete has been preferred material for residential and commercial flooring because of its durability. However, cement can be damaged and stained, especially under pressure from vehicles. At Garage Force, we offer solutions to all of your concrete problems including protection from breakage, spalling, flaking, cracking, and crumbling. Our concrete coating systems are created with design aesthetics in mind and are the perfect solution for finishing your residential basement or commercial auto shop.

Tune into our concrete problems blog to learn everything you need to know about common concrete problems and how Garage Force can help you protect your cement investment. Visit us online for our entire product line and to find a location near you.

  1. Why Does Concrete Crack?

    Having Concrete Problems in Erie? Colorado's Front Range is no stranger to concrete problems. A quick stroll down any sidewalk is enough to inform you of the usual state of concrete in our state. You can’t take a step without encountering a crack, dip, peak or wibble-wobble. Between weather extrem…Read More

  2. Factors Affecting the Durability of Concrete

    Your Colorado Concrete Needs Protection Concrete, despite its appearance, is actually not as indestructible as you might think in regards to flooring. In fact, there are several factors that can affect the strength and performance of concrete, some from the very beginning of its lifespan, and others…Read More

  3. A Closer Look at Concrete Cracking

    Concrete is, without question, the most common structural flooring present in any home or building. It’s important that the material itself is protected because you’re looking at significant costs if the concrete needs repair or replacement. Concrete problems have long haunted those who didn’t…Read More

  4. 4 Common Concrete Problems and How to Avoid Them

    Maintaining Your Concrete in Northern Colorado Concrete is pretty darn tough, but it’s also very far from invincible. Time — as it does to essentially everything — takes its toll, which can lead to a number of concrete problems. Beyond that, improper installation and accidents can all contribu…Read More