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Uneven, sunken concrete slabs can present safety issues, damage vehicle tires, and look unappealing. For over 45 years we have been helping homeowners throughout Wisconsin avoid the expensive option of concrete replacement by raising and leveling their concrete instead. You can resume normal use of your surface within minutes of leveling, and depending on the size and accessibility of the work, most projects take no longer than an hour from start to finish.
In Wisconsin especially, it’s no secret that cold, wet winters can wreak havoc on your concrete. With the ongoing expansion and contraction caused by the changing weather, the ground below your driveway, sidewalks, and surrounding your foundation will—over time—begin to shift. If you have a concrete slab in your driveway, sidewalk or basement which is uneven, or even cracking, replacement of that slab is not your only option.
What types of problems can concrete raising fix?
- Pool Decks
- Garage floors
- Basement floors
- Office floors
- Warehouse floors
- Bridge Approaches
Concrete raising is a fantastic alternative to replacing your concrete, often times saving you over 50% of the cost of replacement!
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1. Concrete Lifting– Lift and level your trip hazards
2. Power Washing– Bring life back to your dirty old concrete!
3. Seam Sealing– Protects the joints against water infiltration and erosion
4. Concrete Sealer– Protects against salt and pitting
When accepting the Deluxe Protection Package, you will receive 10% off these services when individually priced!
Sunken or Unlevel Pool deck? RaiseRite repairs pool decks in Green Bay & surrounding areas in Wisconsin
Choose our experienced team to save you time and money! Pool deck leveling is mess free and more affordable than the alternative of resurfacing or re-pouring the pool deck!
Trip hazards and eye sores around a pool deck is fixable with concrete raising!
You certainly lived up to everything I’d heard about RaiseRite Concrete Lifting, Inc. The process was so professional and easy. I didn’t even know that they were there. I trusted RaiseRite to do a professional and honest job and they followed through. I didn’t even have to take time out of my busy schedule. I appreciated the fact that I did not have to be home and yet my driveway was finished before I came home from work. Nice Job RaiseRite! ~ JM, Neenah, WI
Concrete raising in Wisconsin is the first option you should explore when considering fixing your uneven concrete slabs. There are two main types of concrete raising solutions available—polyurethane foam concrete raising and mudjacking concrete raising.
What causes concrete to settle?
Poor or improper compaction of the base before concrete was poured: The weight of the slab will further compact the base after curing, and settlement can happen quickly.
Climate: The Polar Vortex, experienced last year by many in the northern hemisphere, wasn’t just hard on you, but also on your concrete. Freezing and thawing causes slabs to expand when frost is in the ground – it causes concrete to heave or raise. When the ground thaws, the concrete will settle again, but many times not to where it was originally. This results in trip spots between shifting slabs. On the opposite end of the climate spectrum, heat and drought can cause expansive clay soils to shrink, causing the slabs to settle. When the clay soils receive rain, and expand once again, the concrete slabs shift and become uneven.
Erosion: Damaged water and sewer lines, improperly placed downspouts and excessive rain can all lead to a washout of base materials under concrete causing the slabs to settle.
Machine/Traffic Vibrations: Concrete slabs may shift or settle on highways or in industrial settings where there is frequent heavy vibrations or loads being transported. The vibrations from machinery and passing traffic can lead to the base compacting and slabs settling or moving.
Slab Curl/Rocking Slabs: Slab curl occurs when a relatively large section of concrete is poured. During the curing process, the top slab may cure slightly faster causing the slab to curl, rock, and become unstable. Vibration can also cause slabs to settle.