The old way of thinking was that if concrete had cracks, surface discoloration, or imperfections, it must be removed and replaced if improving the look of the concrete is the goal.

Many times homeowners are discouraged by their old worn out patios, driveways other concrete areas, not realizing all the options available to them for their repairing needs.

Often you will need to fix the concrete once poured.. it is easy to screw up.. a tie snaps, a waler cracks, someone overvibrates, you don’ t fill under a window buck properly… Or it simply ages and you want to bring it back to new again.

Kelowna Concrete specializes in performing architectural patching as well as new construction sacking and patching. Using industry leading products, we are productive and have the ability to present smooth, high-quality finishes demanded by our customers.

Concrete Patching

  • Architectural Patching
  • Tilt-Ups
  • Poured in place
  • Pre-cast
  • Parking structures

We are committed to the preservation of aging concrete buildings and offer architectural patching services to assist in this cause. Kelowna Concrete has the experience to repair, clean, recondition, and restore architecturally detailed concrete structures.

Tilt-Up concrete construction is quite common for new buildings. Due to the nature of tilt-up construction, imperfections on the floor slab will transfer to tilt-up wall panels. In order to provide an aesthetically appealing finish, the surface defects in the walls are removed by applying a high performance concrete finishing compound.

In addition to having a highly skilled staff we offer competitive pricing and effective mobilization, which translates to an economical and efficient concrete restoration services for our customers.

At Kelowna Concrete we believe your dollar should go further. So when you’re ready for your next project we’re here to help. We will meet or BEAT any competitors price – GUARANTEED!! Call us today – 250-448-6366 and see why our clients call us first!

2 Comments

  1. Sandra Merlo March 22, 2016 5:02 pm

    Do you have experience repairing stamped coloured concrete?

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