Have you noticed uneven concrete at your Middle Tennessee home or workplace? Concrete that isn’t level can cause a variety of issues, such as:
- Water runoff
- Foundation failure
- Vehicle damage
- Tripping hazards.
Not only is it unattractive, but it can be dangerous to you and your household or guests. Damaged concrete can be found in many places, including:
- Concrete Slabs
- Retaining Walls
- Patios and Porches
- Stairs and Steps
- Parking Lots
- Pool Slabs
- Garage Floors
These areas of concrete can become uneven for several reasons. First of all, the ground underneath concrete naturally settles over time, and through the years can cause shifting in the concrete. With the intense weather that Middle Tennessee can get, soil will no doubt expand and contract with moisture changes.
This will cause concrete to rise and resettle unevenly. Also, if the dirt was not correctly compacted or settled before the concrete was originally poured, this can result in uneven concrete.
Problems like these may lead you to think that your concrete will need to be completely replaced. Fortunately, the professionals at Ground Up Foundation Repair can fix concrete and restore it to it’s original state without having to replace it. This can save you more than double the cost! With our high quality equipment and technology, we can make your concrete as good as new.
In order to repair uneven concrete, we drill a hole into the affected area and pump a grout mixture into the concrete. This mixture fills all of the voids and raises the concrete back to its original level. This filling method is a fast and efficient way to repair concrete.
Another way that we fix concrete is by using steel push piers and helical piers. These piers are driven underneath the concrete and lift the entire slab onto themselves, giving immense support and stabilization.
If you are in need of any concrete repair in your home or workplace, don’t hesitate to call Ground Up Foundation Repair! We give free estimates and can repair concrete for both residential and commercial structures.