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    • May 8, 2019
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    Polyurethane vs Mud Jacking

    When needing to raise and level concrete slabs that have sunk such as sidewalks, driveways, and patios; people sometimes get confused in selecting the best out of two common methods: polyurethane concrete raising and mud jacking. We are here to provide you the difference between the two procedures. Polyurethane Concrete Raising versus Mudjacking Talking about

    • April 15, 2019
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    Better Options Then Mudjacking

    Mudjacking is the traditional technique of raising concrete, whereas using polyurethane is comparatively new and slightly more costly. While both methods are similar, polyurethane concrete raising has some distinct advantages and benefits compared to mudjacking. However, first, it is important to note why mudjacking has been preferred, and whether its popularity really measures up to

    • April 1, 2019
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    Why Concrete Sinks

    Sinking concrete – you’ll come across it in the form of uneven, cracked, or sunken concrete slabs. And it doesn’t happen without cause. In fact, slab settlement is to blame when it comes to your uneven concrete slabs. What is slab settlement you ask? Well, slab settlement refers to the movement a concrete slab experiences

    • March 26, 2019
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    What is Polyurethane Concrete Lifting

    In short, polyurethane foam is the fastest, most cost-effective and Eco-friendly solution to lifting sunken, cracked concrete. The polyurethane foam system combines the age-old technique of mudjacking with modern knowledge and technology. Instead of using a mixture of concrete and mud, this state-of-the-art approach utilizes high-density polyurethane foam that expands in the voids beneath the

    • March 18, 2019
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    Why is my concrete sinking?

    What caused your concrete slab to sink? (The concrete we are referring to include sidewalks, driveways, patio slabs, pool decks, and even some home foundations.) Most concrete slabs are free floating which means they rest on the soil beneath them. If you take away soil, your slab will move. It’s that simple. Family Waterproofing Solutions

    • June 28, 2018
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    Sinking or cracked concrete slab can be a serious problem

    A sinking slab (also known as sinking concrete) is always worth fixing, whether it’s located in your basement, garage, driveway or patio. A simple crack in a concrete slab isn’t necessarily a problem. Cracks are even supposed to occur along “control” joints such as those built into a sidewalk. When a concrete slab cracks and sinks,

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