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Concrete Lifting

Joint Sealing

Why You Should Seal the Joints in Your Concrete Learn More

A joint between two slabs of concrete is essentially a point where an expansion joint in the concrete slab and a control joint occur. Expansion joints are generally 3/8″ to 5/8″ wide and allow for thermal movements within the concrete structure. These kinds of joints can be found in your home’s driveway, sidewalks, patio, or […]

Concrete Lifting

What is Concrete Lifting? And Why Should You Consider it? Learn More

As the promise of pleasant weather approaches, you want a ready-to-use outdoor space. However, cracks and sinking concrete could be threatening the safety and aesthetics of your home. Perhaps a complete concrete overhaul seems too extravagant for this year’s budget, but don’t worry! A total replacement isn’t the only path to revitalization. Concrete lifting presents a […]

Cracks In Concrete

Concrete 101: How Do You Fix Deep Cracks in Concrete? Learn More

There’s no one-size-fits-all solution for “how to fix concrete” because it can break and crack in various ways. Chips, small cracks, and large fissures are three common situations that require fixing cracks in concrete. If you are needing repairs for lifted concrete, you will likely need professional work done. The experts at Foundation Support Specialists […]

Question 5 Concrete Slab

4 Signs Your Home Needs Concrete Repair Learn More

If you’re like most homeowners, your home is your biggest investment. That’s why it’s so important to take care of it. One thing you need to watch out for is concrete damage. Concrete is a tough and versatile product, but over time, it will begin to show wear and tear. You may notice your concrete surface […]

Foundation Support Specialists in Austin offers concrete lifting and leveling for sidewalks, patios, and driveways.

PolyRenewal™ vs The Alternatives Learn More

Concrete Lifting Comparisons Not all concrete lifting methods and materials are created equal and even the builders of the Egyptian Pyramids had to consider how the sand would hold up all that weight after construction was completed.  Concrete has been in use since at least 3000 BC with applications for both residential and commercial projects. […]

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