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Dealing with broken, crumbling or cracked concrete? It can be such an eyesore. And, in some instances, downright dangerous! We know there’s only three things certain in life: death, taxes and cracks in concrete.….

That’s why Intermountain Concrete Specialties offers the bonding and patching products needed to repair unsightly surface damage. And, since prevention is the best medicine, our array of epoxies and grouts will help keep moisture out of cracks and joints.

We also have the support, service and expertise you need. For information about concrete repair, check out our blog posts, How to Fix a Crumbling Concrete Driveway or How to Repair Cracks in Concrete in Three Easy Steps. And with seven locations from St. George to Idaho Falls, our friendly and knowledgeable staff is always close..

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Epoxies

Our reliable epoxy products offer the critical strengths for the demanding, heavily engineered specifications. If the job calls for adhesive anchoring, bonding and coating, injection repair or grouting, we have it. Visit our manufacturer’s website for more details:

Repair Mortars

Overlayment, underlayment, skim coating, overhead patching, interior, or exterior – we have the products you need. Our products have outstanding bonding strength, high compressive strengths and will blend with any existing concrete surfaces. Visit our manufacturers’ websites for more details:

Grouts

We carry a wide selection of concrete grouts: high compressive strengths, non-shrink, non-metallic, epoxy, and others. Large or small jobs, we can handle them. Let us help you decide on the right grout for you. Visit our manufacturers’ websites for more details: