Over time, deterioration leads to major failures at joints that may become tripping hazards and potentially damaging to equipment traveling over them.
Repetitive traffic movement can wear patterns in concrete, causing equipment issues, in some cases, prohibiting the mobility of equipment across the floor.
Broken concrete may be treated in a number of ways, depending on the location, area usage, and severity of the damage.
Delaminated surfaces can deteriorate quickly. All loose material must be removed. The surface can then be skimmed and resurfaced.