Commercial Concrete Repair for Apartments
Your property has concrete everywhere! From walkways and sidewalks to pool decks and patios, your community depends on this concrete to move safely from point ‘a’ to point ‘b’ and back again. The last thing you want is a resident or member of your staff to trip on sinking concrete slabs – especially if it can be avoided. And not to mention the “curb appeal” that is necessary to continue filling vacant homes!
Foundation Support Specialists offers a long-lasting and cost-effective solution that will keep everyone safe and happy, and won’t break your budget.
Concrete and Crack Repair with FSS
The skilled technicians at Foundation Support Specialists have years of experience repairing concrete and the cracks that form throughout. We stand behind our product and our work, and offer a warranty on our concrete lifting services. Most projects can be inspected and installed within a month after initially contacting us.
Concrete Lifting & Stabilization
PolyRenewal™ is a polyurethane foam used to lift and stabilize uneven, sinking concrete. It begins as a liquid that is heated and pumped underneath sinking concrete slabs like sidewalks, pool decks, basketball courts and more.
As soon as it makes contact with air, the liquid immediately begins to expand and harden, filling the voids that degrading soils leave behind. What you’re left with is an even concrete surface that will keep your property looking good and stay put for years to come.
Crack Repair Solutions
Most of the sinking concrete around your community can be blamed on moisture that settles below concrete slabs. Rain water and the condensation caused by our South Texas humidity finds the smallest cracks and seeps underneath slowly eroding the soils below, and causing your concrete slabs to drop, become uneven, and eventually crack.
While some cracks are visible, others might be hiding from you.
Have you noticed those grooves between the sections of sidewalk around your community? Those are called control joints, and while they are designed to control cracking, the cracks in the joints still allow moisture to get underneath creating problems.
As part of our concrete repair system, FSS offers a crack repair solution that will seal up any cracks and joints and keep the soil under your concrete free from moisture.
Applications for Apartment Complexes
Residential homes are not the only structures that can benefit from PolyRenewal™ ! Many businesses can also improve the concrete around them to look better and function more safely.
Walkways and Sidewalks
Basketball or Tennis Courts
Reasons to use PolyRenewal™
Over the years many repair methods have been introduced that were, at the time, revolutionary and proven game changers. However, time marches on and new concrete repair options have surfaced that continue to change the game. Here’s a quick overview at how our polyurethane foam stacks up against the competition:
- Installation is quick and ready to use in 30 minutes or less
- Provides an accurate lift & lightweight to prevent future sinking
- Drilled holes for injection are only 3/8″ – the size of a dime
- Clean and non-disruptive repair method
- 39-49% renewable and recycled materials
- Longer-lasting and more cost-effective than alternative methods
- Invasive and disruptive to the ground and your community
- Drying and cure time takes days
- Does not address the eroding soils below
MUD (OR SLAB) JACKING
- Drilled holes for injection are the size of a grapefruit
- Messy repair method
- Comprised of a mud and concrete slurry that does not address the eroding soils below
Repair Your Concrete With the Experts
Foundation Support Specialists offers our commercial customers free, no-obligation inspections. We will send a trained Design Specialist to conduct a thorough inspection of your community and prepare a proposal for you on the spot. Other concrete repair companies will try to sell you the same product, but won’t be able to back it up with the same commitment as FSS.
Trust your community and residents with our experienced team! Don’t put it off another moment; contact us today at 210-941-3811 or 512-256-8797.Should I Repair My Foundation Before Remodeling? » « What is Hot-Dipped Galvanized Steel?