How Can Concrete Benefit Commercial Properties?

Concrete is a material that is most commonly found in construction. It is used in structural applications, including bridges, buildings, dams, and roads, but it’s also used in drain and pipe applications. Concrete is popular everywhere because of its many beneficial characteristics, including its strength, cost-effectiveness, and much more. Below is a more in-depth explanation of how concrete can benefit a commercial property. 

Concrete is Strong and Durable

Concrete is a material that is as strong and durable as they come. Concrete is a difficult to penetrate surface that typically holds up for decades. Once the concrete is applied to a commercial building, it can last up to 50 years! Commercial properties know they are in good hands when concrete is involved. 

Concrete is an Environmentally-Friendly All-Around

Concrete is good for the environment because it’s a sustainable material. Some manufacturers make their products in-house, reducing transportation time, and in the process minimizing carbon footprint.  Concrete aids the environment by limiting fuel consumption, transportation, and enhancing air quality. 

Concrete is Low Maintenance

One of the benefits of concrete is that it is considered to be low maintenance and that will put a smile on any property owner’s face. Concrete buildings typically only need to be cleaned once or twice a year. Most importantly, concrete can withstand inclement elements, especially in New England. Concrete being resistant to strong winds and different types of weather is invaluable. 

Concrete is Cost-effective

Concrete’s durability, strength, and longevity provide tremendous financial value. You can count on concrete being effective, valuable, and well worth the installation. 

Concrete is Resistant Against Fire and Water Damage 

Sometimes fire and water damage is out of ones control. Another benefit of concrete is that it can stand up to fire and water damage. As such, concrete can be used to minimize fire risk and also can perform well in fire by maintaining the integrity of a structure and stopping the spread of fire. Unlike other materials, like wood, concrete cannot be ‘set ablaze’. Concrete can also hold its own against water damage. 

Concrete Restoration In Dorchester, MA & Rockland, MA: ESI Waterproofing & Masonry

ESI Waterproofing & Masonry is a team you can trust when it comes to concrete restoration. For decades now we have been helping commercial properties with concrete restoration. Contact us today for concrete services! 

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