Repair Sinking Concrete in Montana & Wyoming

Sinking concrete slabs are a common problem for home and business owners. Whether it’s your garage, patio, sidewalk, or driveway, sinking slabs can lead to uneven and cracked walkways. Not only does this lower your home’s curb appeal, but it’s also a very dangerous tripping hazard for anyone walking around your home.

Tearing up and replacing your concrete is an unnecessary and expensive route. That’s why our experts at Yellowstone Structural Systems offer affordable repair options that can fix your concrete without replacing it. If your home has sinking concrete, reach out to our professionals. We can schedule you a free inspection and give you an exact price for the best solution.

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Why Concrete Sinks

When all or part of a slab sinks, it’s usually due to one of two conditions: settling soil or soil erosion. Settling happens when there are uneven gaps in the soil beneath your concrete slab. The heavy concrete isn’t supported properly and sinks into these voids in the dirt.

Soil erosion is an issue that arises after heavy rainfall or flooding. The flow of water washes away soil beneath the concrete slab, resulting in the same types of voids that settling causes. In either of these scenarios, you need a concrete repair method that levels your concrete back to its original position.

How We Can Fix It

At Yellowstone Structural Systems, we repair sinking and cracked concrete with innovative technology and techniques. We can lift, level, seal, and protect your concrete without a costly replacement. Our most popular method for repairing sinking concrete is to inject polyurethane foam underneath your slab, lifting it back into place.

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Get Your Free Concrete Repair Quote Today

If you have sinking concrete that has become unlevel, contact us today for your free quote. We will inspect your concrete and help you choose the best repair options to restore safety and curb appeal to your home.

Schedule your free concrete repair inspection in Montana or Wyoming today.