Concrete Slab Repair


Your Concrete Problems Don’t Get Better With Time. They Get Better With TFS.

Homes built in Kentucky, Indiana, Alabama, Tennessee, and surrounding areas are often built on slab foundations. However, issues like gradual soil shifting or sudden shifts caused by weather events can result in cracks in your foundation slab. If you don’t take action fast, these cracks can allow gases and moisture to permeate the slab, resulting in problems with mold and mildew as well as reducing the structural integrity of the building.

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Causes of Concrete Slab Damage

Whether you just have hairline cracks in your concrete slab or you have a garage floor that is cracked and sinking, there are a few main causes for slab damage:

  • Hydrostatic pressure in the soil around your home
  • Soil expansion and contraction
  • Leaks causing water damage
  • Damage from storms or floods
  • Overgrowing tree roots
  • Earthquakes

Additionally, damage to a concrete slab can occur due to poor construction. A slab that is not thick enough, not built with steel, or made with a poor-quality concrete mix is susceptible to damage.

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Concrete Repair Methods & Products

At TFS, we have a variety of repair methods at our disposal. The method or combination of methods we select depend on the extent of the damage to your concrete slab.

Helical & Push Piers

Both helical piers and push piers come into use when your slab foundation has sunken. They are the best solution if your home needs full stabilization and a lift back up to grade.

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Expansion Joints

When it comes to concrete slabs, preventative measures go a long way. We apply CompressionGuard expansion joints to protect your concrete slab from cracking and sinking as a result of moving toward nearby slabs.

NexusPro Concrete Sealer

If your home requires concrete slab crack repair, we use the silicone-based sealant NexusPro to seal the cracks. This product is UV-resistant and quick to dry completely. It’s an ideal way to repair cracks in concrete floors.

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Why Choose TFS for Concrete Slab Repair?

We know you have many options for slab concrete repair in the Louisville metro area, and that’s why we center our efforts on providing the best service and top-quality repairs available. The Foundation Specialists has been solving foundation issues in our communities since 1999, and our happy customers are proof that our approach works.

To learn more about our slab repair solutions and to request a free, no-obligation consultation, call The Foundation Specialists at 844.468.4674 or send us your questions online.

Concrete Problems Don’t Get Better with Time… They Get Better with TFS.
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