Concrete crack repairs? Put down that concrete crack repair kit and get an inspection. Cracks in concrete can be a sign of serious problems, including foundation damage, erosion, drainage problems and more.
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Foundation Repair Services, Inc. can solve all your concrete repair problems, beginning with a thorough inspection. We routinely help Charlotte area homeowners and builders with common concrete repairs, including:
- Concrete foundation repairs
- Concrete slab repairs
- Concrete patio repairs
- Concrete floor repairs
- Concrete wall repairs
When you notice cracked concrete, it’s time to request a concrete repair estimate. An inspection will help you determine the scope of your problem and make an informed concrete repair decision. Don’t make the mistake of applying a Band-Aid when major concrete repairs may be necessary.
Concrete Foundation Repair
Foundation damage is one of the most common causes of cracked concrete. We help homeowners and builders evaluate foundation damage. Luckily, repairing a concrete foundation doesn’t have to involve tearing apart the foundation and starting over.
Contact the experts at Foundation Repair Services to:
- Learn about the causes of foundation damage
- Find out how to recognize the signs of foundation damage
- Get information about our foundation crack repair services
Concrete Slab Repair
Cracks in concrete slabs can be caused by normal shrinkage during the curing process; however, concrete slabs can also crack and settle if the subgrade soils beneath are settling. Soil settling can be a result of improper soil compaction, water leaks, poor drainage or the presence of unsuitable materials in the soil.
Concrete Floor Repair
For interior concrete floors, epoxy stitch welding is a common crack repair option. Concrete leveling and resurfacing can help to remedy uneven slab surfaces. Concrete floor repairs often indicate the presence of foundation damage, so we always recommend a detailed inspection before repairing a concrete floor.
Concrete Wall Repair
Cracks in concrete walls are usually a sign of a settling foundation. You may notice concrete wall cracks in your basement walls. Concrete retaining walls may also show signs of cracking.
Concrete Crack Repair
As a homeowner, you should be concerned about concrete cracks in a basement wall or floor. As a builder, investigating issues will help avoid future problems. Cracks in concrete floors in the garage or in a foundation wall can also cause worry. If not addressed, a concrete foundation crack will widen over time and may lead to loss of structural integrity in your building.
Common areas to find concrete cracks include:
- Basement floors
- Basement walls
- Garage floors
- Garage walls
- Sidewalks and driveways
- Exterior walls
Concrete resurfacing can make your old concrete look like new. Resurfacing is an economical solution when you have structurally sound concrete that just needs minor surface renewal.
Common applications for concrete resurfacing include:
- Pool decks
Concrete Removal / Replacement
Need concrete removed? Foundation Repair Services provides prompt, thorough and affordable concrete removal and replacement.