Concrete Repair Near Springdale, Fort Smith, Fayetteville and Bentonville
Concrete repair comes in many forms. Issues can include sidewalks, driveways, porch steps and patios. When these areas sink and settle, they crack and become uneven. For homeowners, this is a hazardous problem. Aside from taking away from your home's curb appeal, damaged concrete becomes easy to trip and fall on.
Many companies use mudjacking to correct uneven and cracking concrete, but it's not a permanent solution. The expert team at Vesta Foundation Repair Solutions has a faster, less-invasive repair method that's more effective called PolyLevel®.
Keep reading to learn more about the differences between mudjacking and PolyLevel®, or call our Springdale team today to get your free concrete leveling and repair cost inspection!
Why We Don't Use Mudjacking
Over time, concrete will sink into weak soil and develop pockets that don't have any support. To repair settling issues, we have to fill the space under it to lift it back into place. Traditionally, repair experts use mudjacking. This method of concrete leveling pumps a mortar-based slurry under the concrete to raise it.
The problem with mudjacking is that it's only a temporary fix. Because the mixture itself is just as heavy as the soil under it, it will eventually sink back down. Plus, the mixture is soft and susceptible to wash out from weather elements.
Get a Free Inspection Today
Vesta Foundation Solutions of Arkansas is Springdale's trusted concrete repair contractor. If you're interested in learning what PolyLevel® can do for you, call us for a free inspection for our alternative to mudjacking in Springdale, Fort Smith, Fayetteville, Bentonville, and nearby areas.