Cracked Patio? Fix it With Polyurethane Concrete Repair
Don’t Let a Cracked Patio Hold You Back This Summer
Is your patio looking sad as this summer approaches? Does it have cracks, are parts of it settling and uneven? You do not have to miss out on picnic dinners, or outdoor family activities as this summer approaches! Your cracked patio can be repaired and revitalized with polyurethane concrete repair from Airlift Concrete Experts. When you have a damaged patio, with cracks and uneven areas, this poses a tripping hazard and safety risk to you and your family. In addition, if your concrete cracks are not addressed, they will continue to grow and expand. This could potentially mean the loss of your patio or having to have a new one installed. Using polyurethane concrete repair you can fix these problems just in time for summertime fun.
What to Be on the Lookout For
In addition to concrete cracks, there are other problems that can occur with your concrete slab patio. These could include:
- Voids beneath the concrete: Airlift can use GPR (ground penetrating radar) to detect if you have voids beneath your patio.
- Concrete slab settlement: Too much water can expand soil and move the concrete above it. Soil can also shrink when drought conditions are present, causing the concrete above it to sink and settle.
- Buckling concrete: Tree roots can grow underneath your patio, causing the concrete above it to buckle.
- Slab cracks: This type of cracking is often a result of poor curing when the original concrete was poured.
All of these issues can be addressed with polyurethane concrete repair. Let’s take a closer look at the process and how it can help.
How Does Polyurethane Concrete Repair Work?
There are several ways in which polyurethane foam can be applied to repair various concrete issues. When you need a slab leveled or void filled, small holes will be drilled in an equally spaced pattern around the slab. Once that is complete, we will use our equipment to insert the polyurethane foam through those holes evenly underneath the whole area that needs to be raised and leveled. This will fill the voids and raise the concrete eliminating the settled area. The best part is using polyurethane foam provides a permanent repair solution for your sunken concrete. Once applied, it will last a lifetime! Polyurethane foam can also be used for soil stabilization and to fill those unwanted concrete cracks, thus revitalizing your patio for you to enjoy for years to come with your family.
Now is the Time to Get Your Patio Fixed
If you have a cracked patio or have concrete settling occurring, the time for repairs is ideal. Contact Airlift Concrete Experts today for a free estimate. Our professional team has years of experience and uses tools and equipment from reliable and trustworthy manufacturers. We look forward to making your patio strong, stable, and safe for your family to enjoy years of summertime fun!