Specialising in treating concrete cancer of Perth buildings
Conspar specialises in the treatment of concrete cancer - structural building damage caused by moisture penetration. Signs of concrete cancer can be bubbling paint, rust stains or visible steel reinforcement. Often found underneath stairwells, balconies, within concrete beams or columns, without treatment it can lead to spalling (when concrete breaks off) and ultimately compromise the safety of a building.
How moisture penetration in a building leads to concrete cancer
Conspar has been treating Perth buildings affected by concrete cancer for the past 50 years. Led by registered builders, its team of experienced building repair technicians detect and treat concrete cancer to help protect properties from further structural damage. Conspar 5-layer waterproof and abrasion-resistant floor coatings are also offered as added post-treatment protection or as a preventive measure against concrete cancer development.
Tel: 9271 6091
Visit: 951 Beaufort St, Inglewood, 6052