Caulking cracks in concrete slabs to help extend the life of your concrete slab.

Keeping water from entering below your concrete slab can be a big help in preventing cracking and or failure of the concrete system. Over time you may have noticed in your driveway that you have cracks in the joints of the concrete, these joints are called control joints, and they are installed in hopes that if the system does crack it will crack in that joint, thereby controlling the way they crack looks. If control joints did not exist you would possibly have cracks that would go in all sorts of directions. Cracks in these control joints can allow water to enter below the concrete slab and could cause erosion of the sub grade, and or water can collect in the sub grade, and cause the slab

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