How To: Patch and repair concrete

Patch and repair concrete

Concrete is one of mankind's greatest inventions. Very durable, it can also be aesthetically pleasing. Concrete is also often a major building material in and around homes. Over time, however, concrete can deteriorate. Patching and repairing concrete can be easy or difficult, depending on the project and the amount of deterioration. Most repair projects are fairly simple using some of the specially formulated patch and repair products available these days. Watch this DIY video tutorial for step-by-step instructions on patching and repairing concrete. For more, or to get started on your own repair project, take a look.

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Imagine a doorway made of concrete

This hollow inside area needs to be filled in with concrete. The entire doorway, (all three sides), is similarly hollowed. It appears that at one time nailers were installed to accommodate the trim that might have been there at one time. We need to cover this up with concrete. I don't think the 2X4's need to be removed, do they? We could mesh over them and crete onto the mesh, yes? I believe this will have to be patched in 2 or 3 steps because it is upright...the mesch has to be filled lightly with the first coat of crete, and left to dry. The second coat will complete the filling process, unless the void is too deep in which case a third coat will be needed. Am I on the right track?

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