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Category Archives: Soil Stabilization

stabilizing soil

The main cause of concrete problems usually doesn’t have anything to do with the concrete itself, but rather, the underlying soil. Weak soil causes concrete slabs, such as driveways, sidewalks, and patios, to sink, settle, and even buckle. This can also happen with poured slab foundations. If you have a problem with your concrete, stabilizing […]

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causes of structural damage | stabilizing soil

If you have structural damage above ground such as wall cracks or sloping floors, it’s crucial to find out what is causing these issues. More often than not, the causes of structural damage lies beneath the structure altogether. These issues typically stem from unstable soil. Unknowingly, many homeowners will opt for DIY cosmetic fixes like […]

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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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Sticking Windows and Doors

house with white and stone exterior - wood front door

Did you know that sticking windows and doors could be a sign of foundation issues? Aside from the occasional expansion and contraction that happens during a change of temperature, your doors and windows should function with ease.  If you notice gaps around your windows or doors, or they become hard to open and close, this […]

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Stabilize Soil with Polyurethane

drought, dry soil, foundation settlement

In Arkansas, we often have structural issues that occur due to unstable or eroded soil around infrastructure. This can result in damage to homes and businesses. So what causes soil to become unstable and what can you do about it? How do you stabilize soil with polyurethane? Erosion Erosion of the soil usually occurs when water, […]

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