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Concrete surfaces such as basement floors, driveways, patios, and more are all impacted by soil movement and weather that can cause damage and weakness. The slabs can also sink if the surrounding soil no longer supports it. These problems won’t repair themselves, the longer you wait to fix the problem, the bigger the issue and…

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Rain, Rain, Go Away

Most of the service area covered by Polyjacking.com has had a lot more rain this summer than usual. In addition to ruining a lot of outdoor plans, the rainfall may have wreaked havoc with the foundation of your home or business. If your building wasn’t flooded, why should you be worried about the amount of…

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Small Concrete Repairs

Not every concrete repair involves a call to your favorite contractor. Some concrete slab repairs can be done by yourself in an afternoon. Identify the Damage The most important part of taking care of concrete damage is determining what the problem is. There are three common types of concrete damage that you can probably take…

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Industrial Concrete Floor Repair

With all of the activity that takes place in warehouses, manufacturing plants, and other industrial buildings, it is easy to let the concrete floor to become damaged or worn out. There always seems to be something else that needs to be repaired or replaced, but if you let your commercial concrete floor problems grow, the…

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St. Louis and Concrete Problems

The St. Louis area has had its share of extreme weather this winter. The extremely cold weather has caused pipes and water mains to freeze break causing water-related problems around the area. According to television station KMOV, Missouri American Water is likely to break the current record for most water main breaks in one month,…

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How Do Voids Under Concrete Form?

When the ground under a concrete slab erodes away, it can cause a lot of problems. Homes with basements usually have the most problems, but voids can impact driveways, patios, sidewalks, and more. The erosion causes air pockets or voids to develop under the concrete slab, taking support away from the surface. Causes of Voids…

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concrete problems in the winter

Concrete Repair In The Winter

Ice and cracks are not a good combination. If you have cracks in your concrete, they can let water in and if that water freezes, the crack will grow bigger. As we all know, a Kansas City winter can be a nightmare! Ice Can Be Destructive to Concrete When water turns to ice, it can…

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Polyjacking vs New Concrete

  Trip and fall accidents are the #1 leading cause of injuries around the home, but should you replace your slab or have it lifted? Protecting your family, employees, and customers are all important, but you need to make an educated decision. In the past, most people would just break up the old slab, level…

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Retention Pond Repair – Case Study

Polyjacking.com was called in to help with a leaking retention pond in Lenexa, KS. The pond was leaking into a stormwater drain and had to be stopped. The professionals at Polyjacking.com injected a polyurethane foam into the ground and around the piping, stopping the leak. Contact the leak experts at Polyjacking.com. No job is too…

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Is Water Ponding on Your Drive or Patio?

Have you noticed, especially after recent heavy rains, water ponding on your patio, driveway, or other concrete slabs? While there may be no visible cracks, somehow the concrete has settled or sunk, and water simply accumulates there, unable to run off. Besides being inconvenient and unsightly, it presents a safety hazard for your family and…

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