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Polyjacking Restores Historic Belle Meade Plantation

Built in 1807 by John Harding, the historic Belle Meade Plantation developed into a 400 acre thoroughbred horse farm with its own train station, horse park, Greek-revival mansion, and housing for servants and former slaves. Today Belle Meade Plantation includes 34 acres of its original property and several buildings, including the mansion and several outbuildings….

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Concrete Leveling at Denver Gas Company

Polyjacking Helps Anadarkio Petroleum Anadarkio Petroleum operates six hydraulic fracturing stations on the Wattenberg Gas Field located beneath the states of Colorado and Wyoming. When an inlet pipe broke recently at its station just north of Denver, CO, injection fluid drained beneath the concrete slab at the station. This caused 3 to 5 inch voids…

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Top 8 Warning Signs of Foundation Problems

Top 8 Warning Signs of Foundation Problems It is very common for homes to develop foundation issues at some point in their life. Right after construction, all homes have some degree of natural settling. Eventually water leaks, changes in soil, hydrostatic pressure, and many other factors contribute to foundation problems. Following is a list of…

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Spring Home and Foundation Repair Checklist

Signs of Home and Foundation Damage As a homeowner in Kansas or Missouri, it is critical to the life of your home that you regularly inspect your home and foundation. Damage to your home’s structure or foundation can appear at any time of the year, but Spring is when signs are most noticeable. In case…

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Poor Yard Drainage Can Cause Problems

Poor Yard Drainage Sometimes yards, driveways and sidewalks in Kansas and Missouri can be flooded during March and April. Melting snow and springtime rains can lead to excess water and slow runoff. Poor yard drainage may cause many problems in your lawn, gardens, external concrete walkways and foundation, including: Mud in your lawn where children…

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Historic Memorial Union Gets New Life with Polyurethane Foam

With its beautiful Gothic architecture and bell tower, the Memorial Union at the University of Missouri has been slowly deteriorating. This iconic building was built to honor the 117 Mizzou alumni who died in WWI. Due to soil erosion and severe dry conditions, voids and cavities formed beneath the surface. In turn, this caused the…

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Did you know Missouri is a prominent place for sinkholes?

Did you know sinkholes are a common feature in Missouri? Most areas of Missouri are susceptible to sinkholes due to frequent exposure to water and the type of rocks underlying the soil. In fact, there are over 15,000 sinkholes in Missouri, and a lot more exist that are not reported or documented. If you are…

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Pro Foundation Technology, Inc. – Our Parent Company

If you’re looking for a professional foundation repair company built on honesty, quality and customer satisfaction, you’ve come to the right place! At Pro Foundation Technology, Inc., we care about our customers’ needs and concerns. We make sure the job is done right the first time, giving you peace of mind for many years to…

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The Effects of Salt During Winter

You know icy surfaces can create hazardous conditions throughout the property, but did you know applying the wrong ice melting product can cause damage to concrete surfaces? Many property owners have been concerned about the use of salt on concrete surfaces, such as driveways, walkways, and sidewalks. In fact, salt is the number one enemy…

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How Excess Water Affects Your Concrete Slab

Most people don’t think their concrete slab can be repaired. And others do not want to make the necessary repairs. In reality, concrete is another maintenance project because it is susceptible to damage, especially when exposed to standing water. Every year, homes and buildings experience concrete slab damage due to heavy rainwater and flooding in…

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