Prepare Your Concrete for Winter

When preparing your home for winter, don’t forget your concrete! If you have cracks or sunken concrete in your sidewalk, driveway, or patio you can take steps to prevent further damage before your scheduled concrete repair in the spring. Here are 6 ways to prepare your concrete for winter. Clean it Off Make sure your …

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How to Prevent Concrete Settling

Whether your concrete is brand new or newly raised, you can prevent concrete settling and cracking. Follow these three tips to ensure your cement stays level for years to come! Seal Cracks and Joints If you have any cracks or unsealed joints in your cement, seal them with right away with concrete caulk. For larger …

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How it Works: The Polyurethane Concrete Raising Process

Settled concrete can cause tripping hazards, increase wear and tear on your tires, and make snow removal difficult. Plus it’s just plain ugly! Combat settled or sunken concrete by leveling it using polyurethane foam. The polyurethane concrete raising process is quick and efficient. Discover how it works! Before You Level There are a few things …

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Choosing Polyurethane Concrete Raising Over Mudjacking

When it comes to raising your concrete, you have two options. One is the traditional method of mudjacking, which requires injecting a mixture of sand, water and cement under the slab you are raising. The other option is you have is to level your concrete with polyurethane foam. Both mudjacking and polyurethane concrete raising involve injecting …

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Concrete Repair: Raising vs. Replacing

If you have a concrete walkway, driveway or floor, then you run the risk of that concrete sinking and cracking. Concrete sinking, also referred to as settling, is caused by the soil or gravel under the concrete sinking or getting washed away. When this happens, you’ll be faced with a choice for your concrete repair: …

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