News and Tips from Concrete Experts

Why Slabjacking Now Will Pay off Later

Slabjacking is a method of concrete repair that’s fast, efficient and long-lasting. There are too many quick fixes that leave your home or business better for a while, but quickly disintegrate so you’re...

What’s Next After Concrete Lifting?

Once concrete lifting has been completed, your responsibilities to your concrete are fulfilled. Or are they? It’s not ideal to have cracked and sinking concrete, but luckily, with conscientious concrete...

Why Concrete Lifting Is an Eco-Friendly Repair Option

Concrete lifting is your best option when it comes to slab repairs. Even if it seems like replacement would be the better choice, you’d be surprised at what concrete lifting can do, and the lower cost...

4 Ways Concrete Raising Can Help Your Business

Concrete raising can be a vital part of property maintenance. It can be difficult to keep up as the seasons take a toll on your commercial property, but concrete raising is not an expense you should...

How Do Concrete Lifting Contractors Find Voids Under Concrete?

Concrete lifting contractors fix broken, sinking slabs — but how do they do it? It starts with identifying the underlying cause (literally): voids. A void under a slab of concrete undermines its...

Spot Concrete Problems Before They Get Serious 

Concrete problems can come out of nowhere after a big rainstorm or an accident, but that’s not the norm. It’s more likely that concrete problems sneak up slowly over time. But will you notice them...

Can the City Force You to Make Sidewalk Repairs?

Is sidewalk repair the responsibility of the nearest property owner, or is the city or town in charge of upkeep? You might think there would be uniformity among Utah cities and towns regarding who...