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.

  • Enhance safety.  Eliminate trip hazards and opportunities of unwanted liability


  • Save money.  Raise your concrete with polyurethane foam for less than half the price of replacing the concrete slab.


  • Save time.  Fix your concrete slab now--in most cases, in 1-2 hours--and rid yourself of a problem that will only worsen over time.


  • Use immediately.  Use your concrete immediately upon completion of work--don't wait days as with concrete replacement.


  • Boost curb appeal.  Eliminate eyesores of unaligned concrete.


  • Increase home value. Add value to your home by fixing a sunken slab, uneven sidewalk, or misaligned steps.


  • Avoid additional structural damage.  When a concrete slab settles, doors and windows stick and structures connected to the slab may crack and settle.


  • Avoid potential water damage.  Because water follows the path of least resistance like a sunken driveway, damage caused by water will only worsen over time, resulting in costly foundation repairs.

 

  • Be green.  By raising concrete instead of replacing it, your concrete slab stays out of the landfill and no new concrete is mixed.

Did You Know?

Injecting foam

with fusion gun.

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There are many important reasons to raise your concrete slab: