Hanson Silo does commercial concrete elevator restoration services, including cracked, spalled and rotten concrete sealing, tuck pointing, hole patching and fixing decayed exposed rock caused by freeze/thaw cycles of expansion and contraction.
Hanson’s silo service and construction team have a combined total of 79 years of concrete silo industry experience, with an average tenure of 12 years. We have the equipment and content knowledge to execute this job successfully.
We recommend not using cement based mortar as the best sealant for moisture. We use a method much better than traditional tuck pointing with mortar. Hanson Silo has many years of experience with this one part industrial grade bond for sealing cracks in poured concrete silos and grain elevators.
In the gallery, you’ll find an example of a best practices approach Hanson used on a large annex on a commercial grain poured concrete silo restoration project for a major food manufacturer.
Below is an example of a best practices approach we used on a large annex on a commercial grain poured concrete silo restoration project for a major food manufacturer.