What Causes Concrete Problems
There are numerous reasons that concrete can begin to break down or become uneven. Understanding what is causing your concrete to display problems is the first step to finding out how to correct the issue. A lot of concrete problems we see are due to the soil beneath the slabs. When dirt is poorly compacted, overly dry, or too saturated, it shifts and settles beneath the concrete. Once this becomes drastic enough, the slabs will shift and settle with the soil, cracking and becoming uneven.
The top of your concrete is also prone to damage from weather elements. Especially during extreme freeze-thaw cycles, trapped moisture in the porous concrete will expand as it freezes. As a result, untreated concrete surfaces will pit and flake. Chipping and flaking also happen during the winter months when sand and salt are used to keep ice at bay.
What We Can Do
We use innovative technology and techniques to lift, level, seal, and protect your concrete without needing to replace it. The type of concrete repair that you may need depends on the function of your concrete and the symptoms it’s displaying. We’ll determine this by sending one of our professionals out to perform a free home inspection. From there, we can help you decide on one or more repair options to both fix your concrete and protect it from future damage. Our concrete services include:
- Cracked concrete repair
- Unlevel slab lifting
- Concrete sealant and coatings
Get a Free Estimate Today
If you need affordable concrete repair and protection options, contact us today for your free quote. We will inspect your concrete and help you choose the best repair options to restore safety and curb appeal to your home.
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