Concrete Leveling Contractors Don’t Settle

Concrete leveling contractors in NY can repair uneven concrete surfaces to extend the life of the concrete, whether on decks, floors, slabs, or other types of surfaces. Depending on the extent of the damage, repairing concrete can be a less expensive option compared to replacing the concrete altogether. 

Reasons That Concrete Moves

Concrete slabs can settle into uneven surfaces for a variety of reasons. Soil erosion may be a contributing factor, especially in areas where water drainage is not adequate. As they grow, tree roots can shift and reposition concrete. Surrounding surfaces may also direct water onto and around the concrete, creating pressure that leads to movement over time.

Dangers from Uneven Concrete 

Uneven concrete walkways may create liability issues, as people may be more susceptible to injuries from tripping and falling. As the concrete moves and settles, it may also pressure nearby structures or create pathways for water to pool or seep into other areas, causing additional damage. Cracked or uneven concrete can also lower a building’s resale value. 

Time Is Not the Answer 

Rather than letting further deterioration take place, fixing cracks and other concrete damage early may save money, plus limit damage to surrounding structures. While time may not solve concrete problems, you may be able to avoid greater damage by working with experts in concrete leveling repair in NY.

 

About Adriatic Restoration

Adriatic Restoration has been operated by the same owners and under the same business name for 33 years. As a family-run company, we have provided quality industrial building restoration services for decades. My father, who brought me up in the business, taught me everything I know about work ethics. I oversee every job and take a hands-on approach to all our projects. As a person who was born and raised in Bergen County New Jersey, I have experience working with local businesses in commercial buildings throughout North New Jersey and Central Jersey.

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21 Sep 2017


By Dereck Hauda
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