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Category Archives: Foundation Repair

This archive contains all Airlift articles related to foundation repair problems and solutions.

Polyurethane concrete solutions: better than replacement

Avoid Expensive Repairs by Using Polyurethane Foam  As you look out upon your concrete slabs, driveways, patios, and sidewalks, you may be thinking: “Do I need to replace this?” The answer in many cases is NO. That is due to the fact that polyurethane concrete solutions from Airlift Concrete Experts are so effective. Mike, the owner […]

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Pool Foundation Repair: Seeing The Signs

pool deck repair with before and after pics

3 Signs Your Pool Foundation Needs Repair As the warm weather comes around, we all get excited for that first dip in the pool.  We start making arrangements for swim dates with the kiddos, and we begin to think about hosting a neighborhood barbecue swim party. This is pretty typical. However, with this in mind, […]

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Using polyurethane foam to combat foundation settlement

Underground Water Displacement Gets to the Heart of the Problem  You may be experiencing symptoms of foundation settlement such as noticeable cracks, sticking doors and windows, or uneven floors. Foundation settlement leads to the need for expensive foundation repairs. What needs to be addressed is the root of the issue and it is often overlooked. The […]

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Why Airlift Concrete Experts? We Know Concrete!

Choose airlift concrete experts because we know concrete

We know Concrete Inside & Out! When you are out there on Google searching for “Concrete Repair Company Near Me” and you live in the Little Rock, AR area, we hope you’ll find US – because we believe that we are the leading concrete repair and foundation solutions company in the area, and we know […]

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What to do when you notice cracked bricks in your foundation or homes exterior

As a homeowner, any crack and gap in your home’s walls or foundation can be concerning. When you notice cracked bricks, either in your foundation or on the exterior of your home, there are a few things you need to do.  What to do When You Notice Cracked Bricks Check for Water or Signs of […]

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older homes can have big foundation problems

Older homes can be charming and full of character. They can all be full of problems, and the foundation can be a big problem. That is why we advise you to get a foundation inspection if you are considering buying an old home. So what do you look for? Time can be Hard on Foundations Time can […]

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What Causes a Leaning Foundation Wall?

what causes a leaning foundation wall

A Leaning Foundation Wall is Caused by Several Problems If you have a leaning or bowing wall in your basement, chances are, it is because of excessive lateral pressure. The cause of a leaning foundation wall is poor or uncontrolled water drainage, poor waterproofing, or over-compaction of soil over time.  Uncontrolled Water Drainage Uncontrolled water […]

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How Water Affects Foundations

Understanding how water affects foundations

No matter what type of foundation you have, a basement, crawlspace, or just a slab, water can wreak havoc on it. It can be especially hard on foundations that are surrounded by areas that are constantly wet. This occurs when rainwater is plentiful, which is a common issue in Arkansas. As a homeowner, you can […]

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yellow signs stating "Area Flooded" hurricane season

Hurricane Season and Flooding Tropical weather hitting Arkansas is nothing new. In fact, every year, hurricane season brings more rain which brings more flooding throughout the state. How does this affect the foundation of your home? A lot. Any movement of your home’s foundation can create small and large shifts to your entire house.  This […]

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Normal Foundation Cracks & Cracks that Need Repairs

foundation cracks

Cracks in your foundation can be a scary thing, especially if they seem to have appeared suddenly. However, not all cracks in your foundation are bad. Some cracking in your foundation is surprisingly normal. Throughout this post we’ll walk you through types of normal foundation cracks, as well as the types of cracks that need […]

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