Save up to 75% compared to concrete replacement
Sunken Concrete Affects Aesthetics and Real Estate Value
Damaged or settled concrete is an eyesore that decreases curb appeal and brings down property values. This is especially important if you are considering selling your home or business, since first impressions resonate deeply with buyers.
Damaged Concrete is a Safety Risk
Sunken concrete not only looks bad, it poses health hazards, too. The unlevel surfaces created by sunken concrete can cause people to trip or fall, and suffer injuries, which can leave property owners liable for the cost of medical bills and ongoing health issues.
Uneven Concrete Causes Water & Structural Damage
Because water follows the path of least resistance, sunken concrete often funnels water near a structure’s foundation, where it can cause extensive damage. In addition, doors and window may “stick” when concrete slabs settle, or the slab itself may crack.
Sunken Concrete?Raise it; Don’t Replace it.
Does the concrete surrounding your home or business have areas that are in need of leveling or raising? The good news is, you don’t have to spend tens of thousands of dollars removing and replacing it. Unfortunately, time is not a friend to settling concrete; it only worsens over time, so making repairs early saves money in the long run. Utilizing polyurethane foam, Granite City Concrete Raising can repair your sunken concrete, rendering it fully usable in a couple of hours. With over a decade of experience, we offer affordable solutions for settling issues in residential, commercial, and municipal concrete.
Why Choose Granite City Concrete Raising?
Replacing concrete can become expensive and the process is usually quite invasive. In addition, materials that have been removed typically end up in the landfill. With Granite City Concrete Raising, the impact on your yard and landscaping is minimal, and the process can be completed in a short time, depending on the extent of the damage. Utilizing polyurethane foam, we will level your concrete in a fraction of the time, at far less cost than with other repair methods, and little to no materials will need to be carried away. Contact us today for a free estimate on the cost of raising settled concrete on your property.