Removal of anchors and screws in concrete

To avoid possible accidents, it is essential to remove screws and anchors from concrete floors in all possible areas.

We provide a professional service throughout the UK and the rest of Europe.

We dismantle anchors and screws in industrial floors

Bolt from previous racks need to be removed properly should be removed should be removed as they can obstruct the smooth traffic flow of vehicles with rigid wheels. Furthermore, in the event of racking replacement hundreds of bolts are visible on the floor and have a negative impact on aesthetics of a warehouse.
Repair works consist in drilling a hole next to the bolt so that it can be lowered into the floor. Subsequently the hole is sealed with BECOSAN® J+C Repair Kit.

Types of anchors we remove

All those that are attached to the floor, such as:

We only use original material of 1st quality

BECOSAN® J+C repairs kit is a two-component epoxy resin filler with reduced viscosity, some flexibility and without solvents, with cycloaliphatic hardener.

It prevents crumbling once dry and has a high sealing performance combined with excellent penetration capacities into the capillaries and porosity of the substrate.

It can be pigmented to disguise their presence. Only recommended for interior areas. 

Reasons to remove concrete anchors and screws

The are various reasons why an owner or company decides to remove the anchors and screws from an industrial floor, for example:

Bolt removal treatment

STEP 1: Bolt or anchor removal

Often a bolt can be removed simply by unscrewing it. 

Protruding anchors may be removed using and angle grinder of a ©Boltbreaker. Any protruding metal may be pounded into the concrete using a heavy hammer. 

A steel anchor is stubborn and its removal will usually cause damage to the concrete floor. At the very least, it will leave a hole.

STEP 2: Hole repair

The sealing of the hole consists of milling, cleaning and sealing with adherent filling materials; usually polyurethane based mortars are used to guarantee a degree of flexibility in the repair. 

When the bolt and anchor removal process is complete we recommend treating your floor to a complete treatment with the BECOSAN® System leaving your floor shiny and new ready for many more years of wear and tear.

Repaired floors WITHOUT anchors

Floors WITH anchors

Projects about anchor and screw extractions

We have worked with large national and international companies.


This client required an intense repair due to a change of tenant of a warehouse, so it was a race against time. The 16,000 square-meter project was completed in a record time of 4 weeks. Repairs + BECOSAN® treatment.

There were paint lines, industrial markings, and old shelf anchor bolts that needed to be removed before polishing the surface.


Rehabilitation of a 35,000-square-meter warehouse of one of the main English-speaking publishers in the world.

Different industrial repairs were carried out, including the dismantling of all the elements associated with the tenant, which mainly included shelves and mezzanines. The work was finalized with the BECOSAN® treatment.

FaQ: about our anchors, screws, and other hardware removal service

Any anchor that is exposed in an industrial pavement represents an obstacle that can cause accidents. From tripping and worker injuries to forklift accidents that can cause greater harm.

Therefore, to have a practical and safe floor, you must have a floor that is 100% free of any kind of projection.

Accustomed to extracting anchors to repair large industrial surfaces, we can work skillfully and carry out the extraction work agilely. 

In addition, we propose to work by zones and therefore avoid interrupting the client’s production.

All our treatments and repairs are designed for industrial and commercial surfaces, usually indoors. Therefore, some of the frequent performance sites are:

  • Warehouses
  • Logistics centers
  • Food industry
  • Chemical industry
  • Garages
  • Shopping malls
  • Supermarkets

If you need more information, do not hesitate to contact us, one of our technicians will advise you by phone call or email.

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