Concrete is easily one of the most used materials in the construction industry. It has long been regarded as a durable, resilient construction material. Concrete is commonly used in residential construction because it can be in various ways and is relatively low maintenance. However, concrete isn't indestructible and can be susceptible to sinking and settling over time. But what do you do when you see the concrete around your home is sinking? Call Quattro! We offer residential and concrete lifting and levelling services to help extend the life of your concrete and enhance the curb appeal of your home.
There are many benefits to having your concrete lifted and levelled. One of the key reasons is to make your home safer. Uneven driveways or walkways can be difficult to walk on and lead to serious accidents. Sunken and settled concrete can also cause water pooling around your home, which could cause flooding and severe damage to your home's foundation. Another beneficial reason for having your concrete lifted and levelled is that it can enhance curb appeal and help add to the value of your home. You'll want to make sure your concrete is in good shape for selling, and it makes enhanced curb appeal.
At Quattro Contracting, we use polyurethane foam to lift and level your concrete back into its original position. Our innovative polyurethane concrete raising process uses polyurethane foam injected through small holes in the concrete slab to fill the void below. The polyurethane foam then expands and lifts the concrete slab back to where it is supposed to be. Once the process is complete, the holes are filled, and the area can be ready for use almost immediately. Other methods like mudjacking can leave large patch marks in your concrete slab and are only temporary fixes. Mudjacking typically only lasts a few years, and the concrete slab will settle again eventually. Lifting and levelling concrete with polyurethane foam is a more long-term and usually permanent solution! Polyurethane foam only requires a few hours of curing before you can resume parking vehicles or using the area that was just lifted!
Many homeowners are not aware of the available options to repair their sunken and settled concrete. They may think that concrete lifting is too expensive and not worth the investment, but this is not true. Polyurethane concrete raising can help save you thousands of dollars in replacement costs. It will also increase the lifespan of your concrete. Lifting and levelling concrete with polyurethane foam has many benefits. Polyurethane foam is durable, waterproof, environmentally friendly and usually a permanent solution to repairing sunken and settled concrete.
Most homeowners don't think about their concrete until they notice a problem. Cracked or sunken sidewalks and walkways, unlevel driveways and garage floors, settled patios and pool decks, and uneven basement floors aren't only eyesores; they can be dangerous. Homeowners need to keep their properties safe, not only for their families but also for visitors. Most homeowners are usually surprised to find that concrete lifting and levelling is a relatively inexpensive and easy fix to sunken and settled concrete. Not only does lifting concrete with polyurethane foam fix the problem and restore the concrete to a level and smooth surface, it also saves them money and time.
Quattro Contracting is the company for you if you need residential concrete lifting and levelling services! We offer concrete raising services for driveways, sidewalks and walkways, garages, foundation slabs, patios, pool decks and basement floors! Our team has all the necessary knowledge and training to get the job done quickly and efficiently the first time. We are happy to provide you with an accurate and detailed estimate for our services. Being transparent about costs with our customers is important to us, especially when dealing with something as significant as your home. Contact Quattro today if you are interested in our polyurethane concrete lifting and levelling services! We can help you make your home safe again.