CONCRETE

  PRODUCT

    RESOURCE

SANTA ROSA, CA  –  707-987-4534

ENGINEERED

To Stop Cracks from Coming Back

“THE CONCRETE STAPLE”

“THE CONCRETE STAPLE”

AVAILABLE LENGTHS

 

12" x .447

18" x .447

24" x .447

BEFORE

BEFORE

AFTER

4 years  • No Cracks

AFTER

3 years  • No Cracks

“THE CONCRETE STAPLE” REPAIRS

• OVERLAY

• FOUNDATIONS

• RETAINING WALLS

• SWIMMING POOLS

 

Why does “THE CONCRETE STAPLE”

keep cracks from coming back while

everything else fails in just a few weeks or months?

 

‘THE CONCRETE STAPLE”

by Concrete Product Resource, is the only crack repair system that is Engineered to stop the cracks from coming back.

 

ENGINERING is:

finding a solution to a problem. However, the real secret to engineering is to be able to find the cause of the problem. If you don’t understand the cause of the problem, most likely you will never find the solution.

 

GLUING WITH EPOXY

seems like it should work. Epoxy is a fantastic product. Yet it has proved to be a failure. Why?

 

CARBON FIBER STAPLES

are also now failing. Yet it too is a fantastic product. Why? How can these things fail?

 

ANSWER

These things do NOT fix the cause of the problems that broken concrete creates.

 

“THE CONCRETE STAPLE”

is the only concrete crack repair System

that is Designed and Engineered to keep cracks from coming back.

 

CPR’S CONCRETE STAPLES ARE:

ENGINEERED

INEXPENSVIE

EASY TO INSTALL

AND THEY WORK. NO CRACKS

“THE CONCRETE STAPLE”

ENGINEERING

In order to overcome the two major causes of crack repair failure when trying to repair broken concrete, there are three important things the staple must have and one thing the installer must do.

 

1. It must be made from a piece of engineered steel that is so precise in strength and makeup,

    it is manufactured with a patented process.

 

2. It must have duel purpose anchor legs on each end of the Engineered piece of steel.

 

3. The engineered piece of steel must  be a minimum of 12” long so the anchor legs are

   at least 6” from the crack, or it very likely will fail.

 

4. The installer must understand, and install, control Joints where needed.