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Lift or Replace? Making the Right Choice for Your Concrete

When faced with sinking or broken concrete, property owners often find themselves grappling with the decision of whether to lift or replace it. While both options have their merits, at Extreme Foundation Repair & Concrete Lifting, we believe that concrete lifting is a more practical and cost-effective choice in many cases. Not only does it save you money, but it also helps preserve your existing landscaping. Let us help you save your sinking concrete and restore it to its former glory.


Concrete sinking is a common issue that can occur in various areas of your property, such as driveways, sidewalks, porches, steps, patios, basement floors, garage floors, mailboxes, and more. Instead of opting for expensive concrete replacement, our concrete leveling solutions can make your old concrete look and feel like new. Our experienced team utilizes advanced techniques to lift and level your sinking concrete, providing excellent results at a fraction of the cost.


By choosing concrete lifting, you not only save money but also minimize the impact on your surrounding landscape. Concrete replacement often involves extensive demolition and excavation, which can damage your existing plants, trees, and hardscape features. Our concrete leveling process requires less disruption, ensuring that your landscaping remains intact.


When you reach out to us, our experts will assess your concrete problems and determine if they can be effectively resolved using our specialized POLYcrete lifting technology. This cutting-edge method utilizes lightweight polyurethane materials that won't add unnecessary weight to your sinking concrete. Furthermore, our repairs are done through a dime-sized hole, which is hardly noticeable after the patching process is complete.


Make the smart choice for your sinking concrete. Contact us today to learn more about our concrete lifting services and how we can help you save money while transforming your old concrete into a beautiful, functional surface once again.

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