FOUNDATION REPAIR LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS
Due to the dense clay soil that covers Little Rock, AR, shifting and settling slabs can be a big problem for foundations in this area. If you notice that your slab foundation, garage, or driveway has started to sink, the soil around your home may have begun to erode and cause damage. Airlift Concrete Experts offers professional foundation repair or concrete leveling services to battle damaged slabs. Take a look below to read more about the services that we offer.
Our Services in Little Rock, AR
Concrete Leveling & Lifting
Airlift Concrete Experts has a professional concrete repair solution called polyjacking. If you have a cracked driveway, sloping sidewalk, or your concrete steps are pulled away from your porch, polyjacking can raise, level, and permanently stabilize your concrete. By injecting an expansive polyurethane foam underneath your concrete, your slab will be hydraulically raised back to its original level - with permanent support and water resistance. Not only does the polyurethane raise and level your concrete, but it fills in all cracks and voids that are present. We can apply this method to any concrete area around your home, including:
- Pool Decks
- Garage Floors
- Parking Lots
- And more!
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Many foundation problems are the result of
shifting soil beneath the slab. When the soil
shifts, the foundation also shifts, leading to
settlement and movement, which in turn causes the
floors to become uneven and gaps to form throughout
the home. These are some of the signs to look for
when trying to determine whether or not there is a
foundation problem in your Little Rock home:
- Floor or Wall Cracks
- Sloped and Uneven Floors
- Bowing or Leaning Walls
- Leaning Chimney
- Sticking Windows or Doors
- Ceiling Cracks
If you see these issues in your home, call Airlift Concrete Experts in Little Rock now for a free inspection. Let Airlift Concrete Experts be your number one choice for professional foundation repair in Little Rock, Arkansas.