As summer approaches, many homeowners in Alpharetta are considering landscape redesign. If you want to enjoy time spent outdoors with family and friends, you need a good foundation on which to build upon.
Concrete features around your home can support various hardscapes. However, sunken concrete is a concern if you are planning to redesign your outdoor spaces. You will need level surfaces that are stable, safe and provide the support you need.
Concrete Seating Areas
Concrete offers a great solution for creating landscape seating areas. Whether you plan on relaxing in the sun, by the pool or in the shade, you will want a firm and level base. Sinking or uneven concrete is often the result of voids in the soil beneath the surface. You can correct this problem with lifting and leveling using deep foam injection.
Deep foam injection is a procedure that addresses serious problems with the substrate support of concrete slabs. Soil may erode or suffer due to poor drainage. By injecting a polymer deeper into the soil, Advance Concrete Lifting and Leveling can restore support for a failing slab.
Previous foam injection solutions were only able to address the upper substrate, which is the soil directly beneath a concrete slab. With our advanced system, voids deep down are filled with foam that quickly solidifies and stabilizes the concrete above.
If you are planning on using an existing concrete slab to support hardscape features, you can reinforce the stability of a slab with polymer deep foam injection. Our team will drill small holes in the slab to allow for the injection of the polymer solution. In the majority of cases, the foam will set by the time the job is complete.
Polymer deep foam injection will not delay your landscaping project. Most of our services are completed on the same day, leaving you plenty of time to begin your outdoor redesign before summer.
If you are interested in learning more about the benefits of polymer deep foam injection, reach out to Advance Concrete Lifting and Leveling for more information.
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