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Wednesday, January 23rd, 2019 by Andrew Thorson
Concrete begins to crack for several reasons, one reason being from excess water, often happening within DBS service area. Another reason being that concrete poured onto the frozen ground is often not stable into the future long-term. There are many other reasons why concrete begins to crack aside from what is listed above. DBS frequently receives calls for concrete cracking, making us experts in the repair process. We often use our PolyLevel® service to lift and level the concrete to bring it back to its original placement and structure. If the cracking is necessary, we also may add Beams and Helical Pier Systems to support, being that there would be damage to the foundation. Below we’ve included a pre-production photo of concrete cracks, if your home looks like this or is beginning to, give DBS a call for a free, no-obligation estimate!