Last week, Concrete Raising and Leveling Company spent most of the week in Jackson doing concrete repair work in the many neighborhood communities. As a matter of fact, business is booming in Jackson and we are excited to expand our business into this market area.
Over time, if you have concrete, it’s probably going to settle and sag due to erosion that takes place under the pads. If you live in an older neighborhood, some will tell you that you will need to tear out and replace your aging concrete. However, this is not always the case, and it is important to do your research before spending more than you need to fix these repairs. In many cases, a repair by raising and leveling the existing pads as close to its original height and level can be achieved by the experts we have working here. We have been doing this very technique for over 20 years. Raising and leveling remains a a viable alternative to total tear out and replacement and is typically about have the cost, takes less than one day to repair, and can be driven on within 24 hours. And we back this with a two year or lifetime warranty, depending upon the lifting process that is chosen.
At project start, our technicians will pump either a slurry of limestone aggregate, typically referred to as mud-jacking, or a poly foam fill, our most durable process, which will fill the void under the concrete thereby raising the slabs back to its normal level. These processes and techniques apply to both residential and commercial settings, and at price points suitable to any budget.
So if you live in the Jackson area, and are in need of some concrete repair, please do not assume you need to totally replace your concrete. Call our expert Marketing Manager and Owner, Jeremiah at 517-898-9446. He will provide sound advice as to what he feels is your best option for your given situation. We provide free in-home estimates, or for those busy individuals, we can do proposals by phone and internet. Let us show you how we are the premium choice in concrete raising and leveling. Attached photos represent a typical lift that can be expected from raising and leveling repair.