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Extreme Weather and the Effect On Your Concrete

Extreme Weather in Kansas City Residents in Kansas City, MO are used to snowy and icy winters. But what is different in the past few years is the extent and number of icy, snowy storms that this area has endured. These long, extended periods of ice and snow will effect your concrete and in the…

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How Does Winter Affect Concrete?

Winter in Kansas City Cold weather can cause many issues for the concrete surrounding your home or business in Kansas City and St. Louis. When water freezes it expands and produces pressure in the pores of the concrete. If this pressure exceeds the tensile strength of the concrete, the concrete will rupture. The effects of…

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What Causes Voids in Kansas City and St. Louis?

Void & Concrete Repair Most people think concrete repair is needed for maturing, existing concrete structures caused by outside elements. However, concrete repair is also needed for newer construction. If concrete is widely used in the construction industry, why does it form voids under the surface and deteriorate so quickly? Unfortunately, this may be due…

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What Can Be Polyjacked?

What is polyjacking and why is it beneficial? At Polyjacking.com, we use poly equipment and trucks to lift concrete slab. Polyjacking is a process that requires raising the concrete slab by drilling holes through the top surface of the affected slab, then injecting high-density polyurethane foam into the holes to fill in voids and cracks….

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The Effect of Water on Concrete

Types of Concrete Issues Since concrete surfaces are hard, most people don’t think of them as being porous. In fact, they have a capillary structure that consists of millions of microscopic cracks and holes that absorb water like a sponge. If there is too much water in the concrete, there is a possibility for shrinkage…

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Mudjacking and Polyjacking

What is the Difference Between Mudjacking and Polyjacking? Concrete repair is a cost-effective alternative over concrete replacement because of the development of mudjacking and polyjacking. Trying to find the best concrete repair solution can be a difficult decision. That is why our experts can help you decide the best concrete option for all of your…

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Is Polyjacking Seasonal?

Seasonal Polyjacking Issues in Kansas City, Missouri Polyjacking is an important concrete repair service for many residents of Kansas City and St. Louis, MO. This service is used to lift and stabilize sinking concrete slabs. Sinking slabs are usually due to variations in temperatures and moisture content in the soil around the slab. Polyjacking is…

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Industrial Uses for Polyjacking

Industrial Polyjacking in St. Louis, Kansas City & Beyond Polyjacking is a permanent solution for settling industrial concrete floors. This method for concrete repair in the industrial setting injects polyurethane foam into a 5/8″ hole that is drilled through the affected concrete. This polyurethane foam fills the voids beneath the concrete and lifts it back…

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Concrete Floor Repair for Theatres

Theatres The theatres in Kansas City and St. Louis are some of the largest and beautiful in the entire country. Keeping them well maintained is important. Part of the maintenance and upkeep of these theatres is concrete repair. Theatres are heavily used by the public and need to be in good repair to keep them…

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Library Concrete Floor Repair

Libraries Kansas City and St. Louis have some of the largest libraries in the country. Keeping them in good repair is important, this includes concrete floor repair when needed. Repairing the concrete at the first signs that it is cracking or sinking will help with costlier repair in the future. Since libraries are heavily used…

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