Resolving the Toughest Challenges in Concrete Slab Repair
You might not think that a cracked slab is much of an issue, but if it’s in your driveway or sidewalk then you’re going to run into some serious problems. Cracks in concrete slabs can lead to bigger issues like water infiltration and mold growth. Foundation Repair in Rockwall can repair your concrete slab, but there are some things you should know.
First, you will need to make sure the crack is not from a structural issue. If your concrete slab has a large hole or gap, then it’s likely that water can get into your home and cause problems for you down the road. You’ll want to take care of this problem before anything else!
If there are no larger issues with your concrete slabs, then we recommend using an epoxy injection system to repair minor cracks in them as well as prevent future damage from happening due to weather conditions changing around you. Injection systems come with very strong epoxies so they have the ability to fill deep holes and gaps on some types of slabs – but if yours happens to be one of those kinds of sl, simply use a stronger mix of epoxy so that it can fill the deep holes on your concrete slab.
For best results, wait around 48 hours after injecting before walking or driving on the patched area. We also recommend sealing over top of this patch with a good quality sealer to ensure you get great protection against weather and other outside elements!
Concrete cracks not only look unsightly but they could pose major problems for homeowners as well if left untreated and unfixed quickly enough.