NuVeterans is Fully Bonded and Insured
Concrete is one of the most durable building materials that man has ever developed, but as tough as it is, concrete, at some point in its life, will need to be repaired. At NuVeterans we’ve become experts in all types of concrete restoration. Need to repair a joint or crack? We can do that. Need to restore damaged or aged polished concrete? We’ll be happy to help.
NuVeterans has become one of the leading contractors for flooring and tile work. We will assign a project manager, field superintendent, engineer and other staff members as required to effectively manage the construction process. All of our staff members are available to answer your questions, anytime.
Moisture in concrete is currently the single largest cause of floor covering damage. Not only will moisture compromise the installation of all flooring types, it can damage hard surfaces leading to structural damage. Thankfully, these problems can be prevented by being proactive and identifying issues before they become costly.
What We Do
NuVeterans specializes in concrete and masonry projects. We're fully licensed and can take on any kind of job.Service Detail
The flooring professionals at NuVeterans offer expert flooring installation services.Service Detail
NuVeterans provides cost-effective, long-lasting structural moisture mitigation services. We specialize in a variety of long-term concrete floor restorations and floor repairs utilizing the most effective procedures available.Service Detail
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