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Grain Bin Concrete Repair

grain bin concrete repair iowaConcrete spalling is a common problem in concrete grain storage bins. If this concrete spalling is not addressed, it can lead to deterioration of the grain bin. Concrete spalling is a chip or fragment in the concrete. Corrosion of the reinforcing steel can cause concrete spalls. It is important to have a professional inspect your grain bin concrete. Quad County Ag can inspect your concrete and look for other signs of foundation problems such as:

  • Cracks in the concrete
  • Concrete heaving
  • Sloped or uneven concrete
  • Grain bin pulling away from the concrete

Failure to correct concrete problems can lead to faster deterioration, worker injury, and bin failure. That is why it is important to have Quad County Ag inspect your concrete and get your grain bin concrete repair done and keep your grain bin effective.

Grain Bin Concrete Repair Solutions in IA & IL

Quad County Ag can repair your grain bin concrete using the best products available. We will remove the damaged concrete and clean the exposed reinforcing steel. We use repair material that is compatible with the thermal, chemical and physical properties to ensure proper bonding.

The last and most important part of grain bin concrete repair is the curing of the concrete. It is important to properly cure the concrete to ensure the bond between the repair material and the structure. We do not rush this process because inadequate curing can lead to excessive shrinkage. This will break the bond between the repair material and the structure.

Contact Quad County Ag for any of your grain bin concrete repair needs. We have over 30 years of experience. We are family owned and operated. Contact us today.

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