Polyurethane Concrete Raising for your property
Your concrete patio, driveway, or sidewalk has sunken or cracked over time and you don’t know what to do about it. It’s a common occurrence for homeowners in St. Charles, MO. You could try to fix the problem yourself with a DIY kit, but that’s likely to only make the issue worse. And the issue needs to be addressed because sunken or uneven concrete can lead to a lawsuit or injury.
ACR is here to help. We are experts in concrete repair and we can have your sunken or cracked concrete looking good as new in no time. We use the latest techniques and equipment so you can be sure the job will be done right – and our rates are unbeatable.
How Does Concrete Raising Work?
Concrete raising is the process of raising settled concrete back to its original position. At ACR, we use a polyurethane injection process to raise your concrete. This is the process:
- We first drill small holes in the sunken concrete.
- Next, we pump polyurethane into the holes.
- The polyurethane expands and lifts the concrete back to its original position.
- We then seal the holes with grout.
This entire process can be done in one day – meaning minimal disruption to your home or business. And because we use top-of-the-line materials and equipment, you can be sure your concrete will look great and last for years to come.
Why Do I Need Concrete Raising?
There are a number of reasons why your concrete may have sunken or cracked.
- The soil underneath the concrete may have shifted or settled.
- There may have been a problem with the original concrete pour.
- The concrete may have been improperly cured.
- The ground may have frozen and thawed, causing the concrete to heave.
Whatever the reason, you can trust ACR to fix the problem quickly and efficiently.
If you’re in the St. Charles or O’Fallon MO and are looking for concrete raising services, look no further than ACR. We are experts in the field and can provide you with the best. We have been providing concrete raising services to homeowners in St. Charles. Our experienced technicians will assess the situation and develop a plan to raise your concrete back to its original position. In most cases, we can have the job done in just a few hours. If you are concerned about sunken concrete on your property, call us today for a free estimate.