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  • What causes uneven concrete?
    Concrete can settle for many reasons. The most common reasons for settling are: Improper or no compaction prior to concrete installation Incorrect base under concrete Erosion (animal tunneling, water flow and organic decay such as a rotten/decayed tree root) Natural settling of the ground and your house’s foundation compacting over multiple years due to gravity
  • Will concrete level itself?
    No. Settled/sunken concrete will never level itself.
  • How much does it cost to fix uneven concrete?
    While this varies from project to project as each has its own scenario, raising concrete will cost a fraction (typically less than half) of a full concrete replacement.
  • How do you level uneven concrete?
    We drill 5/8” diameter holes in the settled concrete and pump our expanding polyurethane foam under the concrete until it’s raised back to its desired height. We then patch the small holes to blend in with your existing concrete. This polyurethane foam will stay in place permanently and your concrete is ready to use immediately!
  • What is the difference between foam jacking and mudjacking?
    Mud jacking and foam jacking both lift concrete but foam jacking fills the entire void, is cleaner, and has less impact on the aesthetics of your concrete.
  • Are their environmental benefits to lifting concrete over replacing?
    Concrete is one of the world's biggest sources of carbon emissions. The production of concrete is responsible for about 8% of the carbon dioxide emitted into the atmosphere globally. Lifting concrete reduces the environmental impacts of mining, manufacturing, mixing, and powering concrete production.
  • How soon after foam raising can you use your concrete?
    Right away! By the time your foam jacking tech leaves your project, you can use your concrete surface. Replacing concrete requires you to wait for your concrete to set and cure. (days to walk on and 2 weeks for vehicles to drive on)
  • Why should I seal my concrete?
    Living in a climate like ours, our concrete surfaces are subject to chemicals that are rather harsh and can do some damage if the surface isn’t properly protected. Keeping your concrete sealed is key to preserving your concrete and shielding it from such chemicals such as salt and other ice melting solutions that our vehicles track onto our driveways every winter.
  • What do you use to seal?
    We use different sealants for different applications; such as a penetrating sealant for brushed concrete surfaces and acrylic high gloss or satin sealants for stamped or exposed aggregate finishes. We use only high quality professional products.
  • How often do I need to seal my concrete?
    Each scenario is different. A heavily used driveway might require annual or bi-annual sealing. A backyard patio is typically every 2-3 years.
  • What happens if I don’t seal?
    Sealing helps protect the concrete from salt in the winter and from staining of the surface. Salt WILL damage the surface of your concrete. Even after your concrete is sealed, never intentionally use salt on your concrete surfaces.
  • What time of year is best to seal concrete?
    Sealing requires above freezing temperatures so we can seal anytime spring- fall.
  • Can you repair damaged concrete?
    We can repair concrete that has minor cracks and crumbles. Deep cracks or impacts to the foundation cannot be repaired and must be replaced. We can replace small portions of concrete.
  • How do you repair?
    We can repair by adding a very thin layer of concrete over the surface of your existing concrete, called overlay. The surface is first preped and cleaned and the polymer-bonded overlay is applied.
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