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Pool Deck Cracks & Why They Happen

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With the weather warming up, summer is right around the corner. Don’t let cracks in your pool deck stop you from enjoying your pool all summer long! Learn what causes pool deck cracks so you can help avoid any further damages to your personal oasis! Small cracks in pool decks aren’t usually a cause for […]

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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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How to Locate Voids and What to Do when You Find Them

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Lurking beneath the surface all around Arkansas are sinkholes and voids that you don’t know about. As a homeowner, this is a BIG problem. How can you fix a problem you don’t even know that you have? How do you locate voids in your yard or around your home? First, know how to detect potential […]

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Repairing Sinkholes Around Stormwater Drains

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No matter where a sinkhole happens, bad things can occur. However, when sinkholes occur around stormwater drains, it can cause big problems. Unfortunately, the areas around stormwater drains are prime locations for sinkholes to occur. All the water from rain, runoff, leaks, and other sources gathers at the drain, saturating the surrounding soil.  What Causes Sinkholes […]

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Raise Your Settled Concrete

sidewalk that is cracked and sunken that could be fixed with polyurethane

There are many concrete surfaces on residential and commercial properties that can settle and sink. Sunken or uneven concrete can lower property values, cause trip hazards, and can cause structural damage. In the past, people would just remove and replace the old concrete, but this an expensive, messy, and time-consuming solution. Using a polyurethane foam […]

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Manholes and Drain Repair with Polyfoam

manhole cover repair with polyurethane foam

We can use polyfoam to repair manholes, drains, and culverts. Many times, these projects had to be excavated to be repaired. This is costly, time-consuming, and in some situations, dangerous. Polyurethane foam is less expensive, quicker, and safer than excavating. Advantages to Polyurethane Foam Repairs Everything that makes polyurethane foam great for lifting concrete applies […]

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Ground Penetrating Radar Services

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One of the many tools that Airlift Concrete Experts uses is Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR). This allows us to “see” under the ground to look for obstacles and potential issues. GPR Arkansas & Geotechnical Services LLC provides us with this service. GPR Arkansas, through the use of GPR, is more thorough and detailed than services […]

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Should I Fix My Sunken Slab?

Should you repair your sunken concrete slab?

When a concrete slab begins to sink, it not only looks bad, but it can be a sign of a serious problem. You must have a professional take a look to see what is causing the slab to sink. They’ll not only be able to raise the concrete, but also fix the underlying problem. Regardless […]

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Sunken Driveway Lifted

sunken driveway lifted in Arkansas with Polyurethane foam

A local fire station had a sunken slab leading into their garage. We were able to lift the concrete quickly, so they weren’t stuck in case of a call. If you have a sunken driveway slab, our team can help you too! We’ll gladly provide you with a free inspection of your sunken driveway slab.  Contact Airlift […]

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Sunken Porch Slab

sunken porch slab in Arkansas

A sunken porch slab not only looks bad, but it can be a tripping hazard. A sunken slab can also allow water to run down along the foundation walls, weakening them and allowing water to enter your home. Airlift Concrete Experts has the tools and expertise to lift your slab and make your home safe […]

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