Concrete Garage Floor Leveling
One of the largest slabs of concrete in any home is going to be the garage floor. Because it is very large, it is also susceptible to settling over time and possibly cracking. The soil under the garage is not protected from the fluctuating humidity levels which means it can be affected by high and low moisture levels creating voids. If the voids become large enough, the slab can sink into them and eventually crack or become unstable. You may also notice gaps forming under your garage door which will allow air and water to pass under the door.
If you allow the damage to your garage floor to stay or even get worse over time, it can create hazards to anyone walking. Large cracks will not get any better over time and can accelerate the damage by allowing excess moisture to continue eroding the soil below.
Garage Floor Lifting
Having a cracked and sinking garage floor can be both dangerous and embarrassing. Let our team come out and evaluate your floor. If it requires concrete raising, then we can implement our tried and true method of polyjacking to restore the flooring to its original safe and level state.
If you have any questions about garage floor lifting, please contact us today and we'll be more than happy to help you.