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Settled concrete needs to be addressed, not only from an aesthetic standpoint but, more importantly, from a liability standpoint.
The American Disabilities Act of 1990, defines a “trip hazard” as any vertical change over ¼” or more at any joint or crack. This law strictly mandates the repair of trip hazards from sunken or heaved concrete in public areas, as it represents a legal liability. Municipalities, school districts, hospitals, private communities, shopping malls, universities, apartment complexes, and any other property owners are continuously concerned regarding any possible liability issues.
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There are many important reasons to raise your concrete slab: