One common reason for concrete damage is from a faulty design. Design faults can create many types of concrete damage. One type of design fault that is somewhat common is positioning em-bedded
metal such as electrical conduits or outlet boxes too near the exterior surfaces of concrete structures. Cracks form in the concrete over and around such metal features and allow
accelerated freeze-thaw deterioration to occur. Bases of handrails or guardrails are placed too near the exterior corners of walls, walkways, and parapets with similar results. These bases or intrusions into the concrete expand and contract with temperature changes at a rate different from the concrete causing cracks.

If you would like a free estimate or more information about concrete repair in Bloomfield Hills, MI, and surrounding areas, call Mazza Company Concrete  at (248) 625-3305 today!