Have you observed cracks in your driveway or steps that seem to be slowly sinking into the ground? If these issues sound familiar, you’re not alone. Almost every home features concrete surfaces, and it’s only a matter of time before you encounter concrete cracking or sinking. Whether it’s your driveway, sidewalks, patios, steps, or pool decks, concrete is an integral part of your home’s landscape.
Concrete damage is a common occurrence in homes. While it may be considered normal wear and tear, it doesn’t mean you should go without repairing it. We believe you deserve to enjoy your outdoor spaces without worrying about tripping hazards caused by uneven concrete. The good news is, TFS is here to help.
Repair vs. Replacement:
When dealing with concrete issues, you have two main options: repair or replace. Undoubtedly, repairing your concrete is the preferred choice. Repairing concrete addresses the cracks in the existing slab, while replacing the concrete would entail removing and replacing the entire area. The replacement process can be costly and time consuming, which is why repairing is usually the ideal choice. However, repairing your concrete generally cost a fraction of the total replacement cost and allows you to use the concrete on the same day as treatment. New concrete will inevitably develop cracks over time, which means even brand new concrete may require repairs eventually. Replacement should be considered a last resort option.
How to Fix Your Concrete:
PolyLevel Polyurethane Injection may sound complex, but the process is simpler than it appears. The PolyLevel process involves inserting a Poly Gun into holes drilled into your concrete and injecting a polyurethane material combined with an expanding agent. This creates a foam-like substance that raises and stabilizes your concrete.
There are significant advantages to choosing PolyLevel for your home. It is generally more cost-effective than traditional repair options, the foam-like material forms a protective seal under the concrete to guard against water damage, and the involvement of professional experts provides peace of mind, knowing the job is done correctly. Furthermore, the drilled holes are no larger than a pencil eraser, ensuring that the foam-like material remains beneath the concrete and doesn’t soil your landscape. Once the concrete is lifted, the holes are neatly filled with caulk and sand to match your concrete, making the repair work low-key and discreet.
To further extend the life of your concrete repair, you can take preventive measures by using NexusPro. This sealant is applied to joints and cracks in your concrete. Most concrete damage is caused by water seeping into the material through loose cracks or joints so by sealing these areas with NexusPro, you can prevent water damage from occurring in the first place. NexusPro boasts a lifespan of over 20 years, can withstand various weather conditions, and is applied in a way that enhances the overall appearance of your concrete, giving it a sleek, high-quality finish.
How to Determine Whether to Repair or Replace:
If you’re uncertain whether to repair or replace your concrete, it’s wise to seek expert advice. At TFS, we offer free inspections to homeowners to assess the condition of your concrete and provide recommendations on the best course of action for your specific situation. Additionally, our customer care club offers additional support to ensure your home is in the best possible condition.
In conclusion, concrete issues are common in every household, but they don’t have to be a permanent nuisance. By choosing cost-effective repair options like PolyLevel and preventive measures such as NexusPro, you can enjoy your outdoor spaces without worrying about concrete damage. And remember, professional guidance can help you make informed decisions about whether to repair or replace your concrete.
If you’re in need of expert concrete leveling services using PolyLevel, please do not hesitate to reach out to us. Here at TFS, we possess the knowledge and hands-on experience to repair and restore your concrete surfaces to their original, pristine condition.
Contact us by clicking this link, and someone on our customer care team will get you set up a free inspection. Bid farewell to tripping risks, unattractive cracks, and uneven ground, and choose PolyLevel to enhance the safety and aesthetics of your property.