Bagged Goods & Repair
We carry a wide variety of high quality cementitious products for the construction industry. Whether you need sand or gravel to prepare a job site, or concrete mixes and mortars to finish the job, we’ve got the materials and accessories you need. We also carry a variety of concrete repair products to assist in any damage you might have to your concrete.
Concrete mix doesn’t contain any natural bonding agents, so when fresh concrete is added on top of an existing layer of concrete, the two won’t join together. We have bonding agents or adhesives that can paint onto the concrete to ensure it will successfully adhere.
This will seal any joints or cracks in your project from the intrusion of items such as water, air or dust, that can create future damage.
If you experience a crack in your concrete, whether wide or narrow, we carry products that can not only make your concrete look better, but will also extend the life of your concrete.
There are many uses for epoxy resins, but in the world of concrete they provide durable, high-gloss outdoor coatings, as well as sealers for concrete floors and other heavy duty protective coatings used in industrial settings.
Non Shrink Grout
This is a high strength, non-metallic grout designed for grouting and general construction applications that when only water is added will obtain flowable properties and high strengths.
This mortar is designed to make any structural repair to concrete, masonry and stucco surfaces. It resists sagging and is ideal for vertical and overhead repairs.
Self Leveling Products
This self leveling underlayment is an easy to use, cement based underlayment that when mixed with water is ready to pour and spread on the surface. These products are great for smoothing or flattening interior surfaces before flooring installation.
This can be another material used when caulking concrete, as it doesn’t degrade as fast as urethane caulks and will remain flexible, yet sturdy. It is mostly used when filling the gaps between concrete and other materials, such as brick, wood or metal.
These are also known as deactivators and are applied to fresh concrete to chemically delay the set of the surface mortar without affecting the setting rate or strength gain. Since they work their magic by stopping the hydration process down to a controlled depth, the underlying concrete will harden properly allowing easy removal of surface past later.
This is a coating that doesn’t bond well to concrete, so this is best when used as a top coat and sealer for most kinds of epoxy applied over concrete.
This is the process of forming a barrier over surfaces of foundations, roofs, walls and other structures to ensure they are waterproof or water-resistant.