Sinking sidewalk, driveway, or patio? Cracks and voids in the garage floor? Worries about rip hazards?
The problem lies in what lies below the foundation or concrete. The soil is always the problem and depending on which area your house is in, it could be a number of reasons why the soil has failed. In Canada, the sediments vary from soft peat to mountain bedrock. The soils react differently over time but the 3 major causes of settlement are: drying and shrinking of the soils, wetting and softening of soil and poorly compacted fill soil.
What types of problems can concrete raising fix?
Concrete raising is a fantastic cost- effective alternative to replacing your concrete, frequently saving you over 50% of the cost of replacement! Some common areas we raise, level and repair are patios, front porches, driveways, sidewalks, garage and parking slabs, steps and pool decks.
When compared to concrete replacement, the process of raising concrete with polyurethane foam is inexpensive (compared to the alternatives) and is exponentially faster than replacing the concrete. Concrete raised, leveled and repaired using polyurethane foam is ready to sustain normal use within minutes of being leveled.
Whether residential, commercial, municipal or industrial, Liftech Concrete Leveling has the solution to the many challenges Saskatchewan property owners face when it comes to maintaining concrete around their home or business. When properly maintained, with the skilled knowledge of Liftech your property will be safe and you can avoid costly repairs and liability. Liftech Concrete Leveling is proud to keep tons of old concrete out of landfills annually by repairing, instead of replacing it.
Is sinking concrete dragging down the value of your property?
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- Garage floors/pads
- Detached Garages
- Interior floor slabs (basement floors)
- Pool Decks
- Poured in place concrete steps
- Warehouse Floors
- Shop Floors
- Commercial Properties
- Showroom Floors
- Public Walkways
- Housing Complexes
- Removal of “Trip Hazards”
- Parking Lots
- Loading Docks
- Bridge Approaches
- Concrete Paved Highways
- Airport Runways and Tarmacs
- Recreational Facilities
- Maintenance Building Floors
- Sidewalks, Curb & Gutter
- Trip Hazards
- Pools & Spray Pads
- Fire Halls & "Bus Barn” Floors