When we repair concrete patios, we use an innovative method that involves lifting up the material.
Patios are common on residential properties, helping to extend the outdoor living space for homeowners. However, during the construction process, patios are often considered to be secondary slabs. They don’t support the weight of heavy vehicles the way driveways and garages do, so they may not be installed as effectively as other slabs on the property. The problem with this is that without proper preparation and compacting of the ground beneath the porch, the concrete will begin to settle, causing potential problems.
When patios settle, they tend to leave space between the concrete and the ground. As it rains, the water will move into that space and potentially cause damage to the foundation. Foundation repairs are expensive and difficult, so avoiding this is always in the best interest of the homeowner. One of the ways to prevent damage to the foundation is to repair any signs of settling concrete as soon as possible. This is where our team at Concrete Uprising comes in. We offer concrete repair for patios in and near Raleigh, North Carolina.
When we repair concrete patios, we use an innovative method that involves lifting up the material. From there, we will inject a structural poly resin foam that can prevent the concrete from settling without adding substantial weight. Additionally, this material takes only an hour to cure, which means you’ll be able to enjoy your repaired porch sooner. Our method can also repair cracks, uneven sections, and other issues with the concrete. Contact us today to learn more!
At Concrete Uprising, we offer concrete leveling for patios 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.