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Concrete Cancer Repair Specialist Tag

Our client came to us to ask for advice on repairs of concrete cancer after their building inspector had identified exposed, rusting rebar with some cracking on the overhang beam on the side of the cantilevered pool. The concrete scan that the building inspector carried...

Several factors predetermine the risk of concrete cancer, including proximity to the coastline and a built-up environment; the degree of concrete cover to steel reinforcing; the presence of differential metals; the quality and density of coating systems; inadequate waterproofing; building defects cracking; joint and penetration...

  Concrete in a salty and humid environment As you would expect in a coastal climate as we have on the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast, Sydney and Central Coast, high humidity, salinity in the soil, salts in rainfall and exposure to a high level of airborne salts...