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The Top 5 Enemies of Your Concrete Surfaces

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Concrete surfaces are some of the most durable and long-lasting surfaces available. They are used in a wide range of applications, from garages to pavements to patios to pool decks and tennis courts. They are immensely durable but are not immune from damage. Several substances and conditions are your concrete’s worst enemies. Advance Concrete Lifting  … Read more

Why Does Concrete Sink?

sidewalk of concrete tiles that are starting to sink and have created a depression

Concrete sinking, also known as slab settlement, is a common issue that occurs when the soil beneath a concrete surface compresses or shifts, causing the concrete to settle unevenly. Several factors contribute to concrete sinking, making driveways, sidewalks, steps and other concrete surfaces unsafe. The following are some of the factors that cause sinking concrete  … Read more

Does Your Garage Floor Require Void Repair?

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Concrete garage floors are the unsung heroes of our homes and businesses. They bear the weight of vehicles, storage, and daily activities. However, when these sturdy surfaces begin to sink, it’s not just a cosmetic issue; it poses a risk to your vehicle, storage items, and the safety of those using the space. The structural  … Read more

Make Your Home Safe for the Holidays with Concrete Leveling

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Ensuring your home is safe during the holiday season is a top priority, and one often overlooked aspect is the condition of your concrete surfaces. Concrete leveling is a cost-effective and efficient way to make your home safer and more enjoyable for holiday gatherings. If you have unlevel walkways or sinking front steps, it can  … Read more

8 Advantages of Polymer Foam for Concrete Leveling

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Concrete leveling, often called slab jacking or mudjacking, is used to repair uneven or sunken concrete surfaces. Traditionally, this involved injecting a slurry of cement, soil and water beneath the concrete to lift and level it. However, in recent years, polymer foam has emerged as a superior alternative for concrete leveling. Polymer foam, typically made  … Read more

Elevating Concrete Repair in Alpharetta

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Few things are more demoralizing to a homeowner striving for beautiful curb appeal and a safe property than sunken concrete slabs. They look unkempt, create tripping hazards, and are a favorite spot for growing weeds. The sunken areas below the concrete also collect water, which can cause the concrete to sink further. However, a revolutionary  … Read more

Causes of Porch Sagging in Older Homes

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As homes age, it’s not uncommon for them to experience a variety of structural issues. One of the most common problems that homeowners encounter is porch sagging. Over time, porch supports can begin to weaken or fail, causing the porch to sink or sag. This not only detracts from the overall appearance of the home,  … Read more

What Can Cause Concrete Pool Decks to Sag?

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If you’re a homeowner with a concrete pool deck in North Georgia, you want to ensure it remains in good condition for years to come. However, over time, you may notice that your pool deck begins to sag or settle, which can cause concern. Poor Soil Quality Moisture intrusion, soil compaction or poor soil quality  … Read more

Reasons to Level Your Home’s Concrete Surfaces During the Summer

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It is not too late if you have overlooked your leaning concrete surfaces until now. Repeatedly neglecting these surfaces can lead to a host of problems, including cracked and uneven surfaces that can pose a safety hazard to your family and guests. Although summer is already here, there is still time to level uneven concrete  … Read more