Concrete Cancer Guide

Early diagnosis can minimise potentially catastrophic effects. The remediation bill can be startling if a building gets concrete cancer, so it pays to be able to identify the early indications of trouble. Concrete cancer, also known as concrete spalling, is an insidious condition that lurks beneath the surface and causes a building to become ‘sick.

Whatever you do if you see possible signs of concrete cancer, do not ignore the issue. Leaving the cancer to spread will only add to the building’s problems – and the cost of repairs – over the long-term.

If it is not treated early and definitively, concrete cancer can be an expensive headache for building owners. So click here to contact Sydney’s leading remedial building contractor to have your building diagnosed and repaired.

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