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How does concrete sink?
Concrete can sink over time due to water getting underneath and causing the soil to further settle. Water can seep into your concrete in several ways. Un-caulked seams are the biggest culprit as well as water seeping into cracks. Water drainage near your concrete space can also cause this damage.
What is Concrete Leveling?
Concrete leveling involves raising the concrete slab, step, or foundation by pumping a compound underneath. This compound fills the cracks and space by bonding with the soil underneath. The compound then hydraulically raises the concrete to the desired position.
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Leveling & repairing your concrete is the most cost-effective way to achieve beautiful concrete without paying the high price for new concrete. It’s important to stop sinking concrete before it becomes too damaged to repair. Plus, with concrete leveling, there is little to no downtime. You can get back to using your concrete the same day. Restoration Concrete uses a distinct method for raising concrete called mudjacking. In order to restore the position of your concrete, we must raise the slab upward slowly. This provides a controlled lift and protects the concrete from further damage.
Untreated concrete is like hanging your money out to disintegrate. Protect your investment by adding a sealant. Sealing your concrete is important to maintain the integrity of your concrete for years to come. By adding a barrier between your concrete and water, you’re saving yourself from having to repair spalls, pits, cracks, and complete breakdowns in your concrete.
Caulking can be used in concrete seams and cracks to prevent further damage and make it harder for water to penetrate. If you don’t caulk these areas, water can seep into them causing them to freeze and thaw repeatedly. This exacerbates the problem and creates bigger cracks. Additionally, caulking your concrete joints, seams, and cracks prevents weeds from growing and makes shoveling snow much easier.