Concrete Floor Repair
Concrete Floor Cracks – Why?
Floors in high traffic areas receive a lot of wear and tear through daily use. Indoor and outdoor concrete slab exposed to cold weather and cycles of freeze and thaw may lead to cracking due to expansive soils. Older floors that were not properly laid down, lack the right structural support, or sit upon eroded soil, can sink or crack.
Damage to a concrete floor not only looks unsightly, it can impact your greatest investments – your family and the value of your home.
Concrete Floor Repair Methods
If you are experiencing cracks on your basement floors or outdoor concrete slabs, it’s important to have a professional assess your situation. At TFS, our concrete floor repair method, PolyLEVEL, fixes the underlying problems without necessitating expensive floor replacement. PolyLEVEL also helps stabilize soil and fills voids to prevent erosion and further damage to concrete.
More PolyLEVEL Advantages:
- Costs less: Concrete lifting costs less than concrete replacement.
- Faster installation: Full weight-bearing function possible within a short time compared to replacement.
- Less mess: There is no need to demolish concrete and no damage to landscaping.
- Environmentally-friendly: Removed concrete often ends up in landfill; with concrete lifting there is no waste.
- Improves safety: Eliminate trip hazards and prevent personal injury or possible lawsuits from uneven steps or walkways.
You don’t have to live with a damaged concrete flooring. If your concrete floors are sinking or cracking, PolyLEVEL can raise your floors back up to their original levels. If you would like to learn more about PolyLEVEL or have a professional safety assessment of your concrete floor, contact us today for a free, no obligation inspection.
Tennessee Foundation Services serves all of Middle Tennessee including Nashville, Franklin, Brentwood, Murfreesboro, Lebanon, Smyrna, Hendersonville, Gallatin and surrounding areas including Clarksville, TN, Cookeville, TN, and South Central Kentucky including Hopkinsville, Bowling Green, Glasgow, Cave City, Edmonton, Plum Springs, as well as Simpson, Allen, Monroe, Butler, Edmonson, Hart, Warren, Barren, and Metcalfe Counties.