Concrete Patio Lifting
From the Spanish word patio, meaning back garden or back yard, we use them if not weekly then daily.
Lift and Level Sinking Patios
Regardless, if the patio is freestanding or attached, U-shaped or L-Shaped, multilevel, entry or wraparound they do tend to settle over time. Expansive soils mixed with rain or trees and bushes planted nearby may cause your refuge of enjoyment to sink and settle.
Ro-Berg uses polyurethane concrete lifting techniques along with a 4LBS foam to lift and level all patios and decks. By using a higher quality than the industry standard our foam provides a longer spread time and even lifting. A typical patio in the Gulf Coast region would have furniture, a fireplace or fire pit, a grill, and multiple potted plants, which all add a significant amount of weight to the structure. By using a D.O.T strength foam Ro-Berg can lift and level with peace of mind that you will be happy with the final product for years to come.
Injection holes are smaller than a dime and if the patio has a stamped concrete finish, we try to find areas that will blend in better. Polyurethane concrete lifting has been around since 2006 and is a great substitution for a much older practice of “Mud jacking” It is light in weight, disperses water and due to it being a closed cell foam it will not saturate and add unneeded weight.
If you notice your concrete patio cracking or holding water, it is now the time to reach out to a concrete repair expert. Polyurethane concrete lifting can eliminate trip hazards and bring your patio back to life. Ro-Berg only needs a couple of hours and your patio can be used immediately after the process is complete. Ro-Berg works with the homeowner provide cost and time saving solutions. Ro-Berg also provides joint sealing cracks and overlays which make your concrete look brand new. Call today to schedule your free patio repair estimate.