At Quality Waterproofing we offer two separate solutions to repair sinking or cracked concrete surfaces on driveways, patios, porches, garage floors, and more. These solutions are mudjacking and polyjacking. While we may think of concrete as a strong and durable material, it can still experience problems due to several factors:
Wear and tear
Different types of soil can support different amounts of weight. If the soil around your home was not compacted properly after construction or has become compromised after years of water entering and leaving the soil, it can have problems supporting the concrete above it.
The damaged surface that you see not only looks terrible, but it can also cause a variety of problems for the rest of your home. This damage could be an indicator of other problems such as soil or drainage issues, internal problems with the concrete, or improper setup or reinforcement. Additionally, sinking slabs could pose a tripping hazard to family members and guests to your property. As you can see, it's important to get these problems taken care of immediately before the damage gets worse.
Common Problems Caused By Sinking Concrete Slabs
Uneven concrete slabs
Uneven walkways and sidewalks
A sinking stoop
Fortunately, all these issues can be fixed with our concrete raising methods.
Our experience with Quality Waterproofing was outstanding. Dan Klemme came to do estimate on time as scheduled. Billy H. and James S. also came on time as scheduled and performed the work expected. They were very cordial and professional. Work looks great.
James R Stoeppler
- Town And Country,
Foundation Post Replaced in Kirkwood, MO
Work was professionally done. They cleaned up everything when finished and were courteous the entire time. If I need work like this in the future, I'll be sure to call Quality Waterproofing first.
Mudjacking in Saint Charles, MO
Nick was on a previous job we had and I was happy to see him again.
- Saint Charles,
Repair in St. Louis, MO
Not only were the gentlemen competent and courteous, they willingly explained the process in a manner I could understand.