Why Concrete Cracks
Cracks in the concrete around your home can happen for numerous reasons. Some minor cracking is normal to see after the curing process. Sometimes, concrete that was mixed with too much moisture can create shrinkage as it dries. This can lead to major cracking of the concrete slab.
Larger cracks that are sometimes accompanied by unevenness happen from things like heaving and settling. These are issues caused by the soil beneath your concrete. Both extremely dry and over saturated soil can develop voids, or air pockets, that your slab will settle and sink into. After settling too far, the concrete will eventually start cracking.
How We Can Fix It
At Yellowstone Structural Systems, we repair cracked concrete with the best technology and techniques available. We can lift, level, seal, and protect your concrete without a costly replacement. Our most popular method for repairing cracks in your concrete is to level the slabs back to their original position, if necessary, and seal cracks and joints with a silicone-based solution.
Get a Free Concrete Repair Quote
If you have sinking concrete that has become unlevel, contact us today for your free quote. Our concrete repair experts offer free inspections in Montana and Wyoming. We’ll diagnose the root of the problem so we can both fix your concrete and protect it from future damage.
Schedule your free concrete repair inspection in Montana or Wyoming today.