When your garage floor looks nothing like it used to, you know it’s time to make a change. You can’t keep driving and walking on a sinking concrete slab, and you definitely can’t sell your home this way. Any interested buyer would have questions about the condition of your garage floor.
While no garage floor is perfect, you can use concrete lifting to restore yours so it looks and functions like it should.
Here are three signs you need concrete lifting for your garage:
1. The Floor Has Settled Lower Than the Driveway
Is the garage floor gradually settling? This isn’t surprising. Whether due to inadequate soil compaction or erosion, the ground that supports your garage beneath the slab is prone to settling after construction.
While minor settling isn’t an issue, once the floor drops beneath the level of the driveway, this can create problems. Water may drain back into the garage. This can ruin tools and create puddles.
2. One Corner Is Beginning to Sink
Your garage concrete was probably built with control joints. These seams keep cracks from spreading every which way across a slab.
However, if a slab doesn’t have these joints, or one corner or section cracks anyway, you might start to see this portion of the slab begin to shift.
This is cause for concern because it could threaten the integrity of the structure. Address this issue fast!
3. You’ve Noticed it’s Getting Worse
The speed at which concrete sinking worsens may vary depending on the extent of the problem, but no matter what, you have repair options. You don’t have to tear out the entire slab!
Talk to our team about how concrete lifting can help with your unique situation. When our crew assesses the problem, we’ll deliver a free, detailed quote that outlines exactly what we will do to resolve the issue. Using our high-powered equipment, we pump just the right amount of stabilizing grout beneath the slab’s surface to get it back on even ground. It’s a permanent fix that will make your garage floor look as good as new.
By only using the highest-quality tools and materials, we set ourselves apart in our industry. We are the crew — the only crew — you want working on your concrete slab. With years of experience and hundreds of satisfied customers, we’re ready to address the problems with your garage floor today. Call now!