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Concrete Pothole Repair in Chicago Northwest

Concrete damage to your NW Chicago parking lot will only worsen with time. Seek repairs from EverLine Coatings as soon you see damage.

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Busy property managers like you have a lot to juggle. After all, your business depends on you. You might not focus so much on the exterior of your business, and that tiny crack in the concrete might not look like such a big deal when you have more pressing tasks.

However, parking lot damage is often a lot more serious than it looks. Even the most innocuous crack has the potential to turn into a pothole, especially in an area like Northwest Chicago, where winters see freezing temperatures regularly.

That’s why we’re here to help you address concrete damage as soon as possible. Trust EverLine Coatings with your concrete pothole repair services. We’ll handle the coordination, leaving your hands free to manage more pressing tasks.

What is Concrete Pothole Repair?

Man with a trowel fixing a concrete parking lot performing EverLine Coatings Concrete Repair ServicesSometimes, concrete wears out. While this durable material often provides long-lasting results, numerous factors can cause it to degrade over time. When it weakens, it often cracks. As cracks worsen, they become potholes.

Concrete pothole repair works by filling in the fissure with new material. However, depending on the severity of the damage, it may require more than simply pouring new concrete into it. The hole may need to be cut out and cleaned to ensure no dust or debris remains before the new concrete can be poured in.

Concrete Fails for Numerous Reasons

One of the first signs of failing concrete is cracking in the pavement. It can eventually worsen into areas that sag or sink, or even potholes. Damage is often caused by:

  • Cracking: While a few hairline cracks may not be a big problem at first, they can grow over time as moisture gets inside them. This is especially true when cold winters cause that moisture to freeze and expand.
  • Salt Damage: Chicago winters are no laughing matter, and salt is frequently used to prevent ice from accumulating on walking surfaces. However, this keeps moisture accumulating on the pavement surface, which can damage the concrete over time. Salt can also corrode the cement, making it weaker and more prone to damage.
  • Flaking: Parking lots in locations that frequently experience the freeze-thaw cycle, like northwest Chicago, may also be affected by flaking. This happens when too much water is added to the concrete mix when it is installed. With too much moisture in the cement, the concrete starts to crack and wear away in layers. This requires repairs as soon as the problem is noticed.
  • Elements: Other elements can naturally degrade your concrete parking lot and lead to potholes, like oxidation, exposure to the sun and regular freeze and thaw cycles. Even the amount of traffic your parking lot sees can add additional wear and tear or increase the likelihood of a pothole developing. 

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Before After Asphalt parking lot with potholes before repairs from EverLine CoatingsAsphalt parking lot with potholes repaired by EverLine Coatings

EverLine Coatings Offers Reliable Concrete Pothole Repair Services

When you trust EverLine Coatings with your concrete pothole repair services, you can rest easy knowing that your northwest Chicago parking lot is in good hands. Our CORE Quality System offers reassurance that you’ll get the best quality results with as little hassle as possible.

We make it our mission to handle parking lots so property managers like you can focus on the finer details of keeping your commercial business running. We’ll get the job done as efficiently as possible, recommending and offering lasting solutions that are sure to extend the longevity of your concrete parking lot whenever possible.

Untreated Damaged Concrete Spells Trouble

Repairing concrete is an investment, but it’s one you shouldn’t wait on. Damaged concrete can be far more trouble than simply being unpleasant to look at. Additional risks include:

  • It’s a safety hazard: Potholes can cause accidents in your Chicago parking lot when customers’ cars drive over it. They may trip walking to your building as well. Either way, you’re potentially liable for injuries caused by your concrete being left in disrepair.
  • It decreases the value of your property: Leaving potholes and cracks in your concrete parking lot might not seem like a big deal if they aren’t hurting anyone, but they do decrease the value of your property. Likewise, they make for bad first impressions when new customers come to visit you, potentially deterring them from choosing to shop with you.
  • It increases wear and tear: Damage to concrete is not something to ignore. Over time, the damage will worsen as water seeps into it. The longer you wait, the more expensive the repair may become. It’s always better to start repair processes as soon as possible.

Trust EverLine When Your NW Chicago Parking Lot Needs an Extra Helping Hand

Your parking lot is a major investment for your Northwest Chicago commercial property. The trick for getting the most out of your investment is handling any necessary repairs, like concrete pothole repairs, as soon as they become necessary. By doing so, you can often prevent costly expenses down the road. If you’ve noticed signs of wear and tear, like cracking or potholes, it’s time to reach out to the pros at EverLine Coatings. Contact us today for a free quote and to discuss the details.

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Chicago Northwest EverLine Office

Phone: (847) 220-4274

Contacts:
Larry Leiss – Owner and General Manager 
Mike Megleo – Owner
Carl Monje – Owner

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