Of all construction materials used for structures, concrete is perhaps the most important. Its uses are diverse, ranging from parking lots to gutters and everything in between.
Assuming concrete is mixed properly, and proper caution is observed during curing, it will provide fantastic performance during the life of any structure. As a general rule, we suggests concrete cure for four to seven days at least. The real aging process, however, starts once the mix has been laid and dried. Without proper and continuous maintenance, water could seep through any holes and cracks and compromise the structure. If this were to happen, the recommended solution would be to replace the ruined area. The replacement involves steps that must be performed properly to make sure the repair goes well.