If you need someone to fix your cement driveway, contact us today.
Cement, or concrete, is a common material used in a variety of applications on both residential and commercial properties. One of these applications is the driveway, which usually extends from the garage, carport, or other parking area to the street, allowing for easier access to the structure. However, cement can settle over time, and the sloping nature of a driveway can lend itself to more extensive settling that causes further issues. Since the slope of your driveway is designed to prevent moisture from pooling up and moving down into the foundation, it’s an important aspect of protecting your property from water damage.
When the settling impacts the driveway’s slope, you may see warning signs like cracks or puddles forming in certain areas of the cement. In order to prevent further damage to this cement or the foundation that sits below your home, it’s important to take action. Tearing out the driveway and having a new one poured is one option, although it’s an expensive one that will take quite a bit of time. Instead of going this route, contact us at Concrete Uprising to learn more about how we can fix your cement driveway.
We use a unique method to fix a cement driveway, which involves injecting structural poly resin foam beneath the damaged sections. This method smooths out the surface without adding a lot of weight. We’re one of the only providers of this repair method in the Raleigh, North Carolina area, and we’ve been serving customers for more than four decades. If you need someone to fix your cement driveway, contact us today.
At Concrete Uprising, we fix cement driveways throughout North Carolina, including Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill, Burlington, Apex, Butner, Clayton, Charlotte, Fuquay-Varina, Garner, Greensboro, High Point, Holly Springs, Knightdale, Louisville, Morrisville, Oxford, Pinehurst, Pittsboro, Rocky Mount, Roxboro, Sanford, Selma, Southern Pines, Timberlake, Wendell, Wilson, Winston-Salem, Zebulon, Rockingham, Laurinburg, Lumberton, Fayetteville, Clinton, Goldsboro, Greenville, and Henderson.