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Concrete Floor Repair

When the concrete floor supporting your house starts showing signs of cracking and sinking, your sanctuary can start to feel more like a haunted house. Cracked and sinking concrete slabs is certainly an issue to take seriously, as the condition of your interior concrete floor can pose severe safety risks. 

The good news is that with JES Foundation Repair’s specialized concrete lifting process, this challenge is easily rectified. Our cutting-edge SettleStop™ PolyRenewal™ polyurethane foam injections lift and stabilize concrete floors, ensuring your home’s safety. 

As the leader in concrete lifting solutions in Virginia, Washington, DC, Maryland, Northeast NC, and West Virginia, homeowners trust us for personalized customer care and an effective concrete floor repair process. 

Throughout this guide, we’ll help you spot the signs that your concrete is in need of repair, why our method is the right choice for your home, and how you can get started with a free inspection today.  

What is Concrete Floor Repair? 

Concrete floor repair is essential for restoring and strengthening interior slab floors that have experienced cracking, sinking, or other types of damage. 

We advise against opting for mudjacking or DIY repair options like self-leveling concrete, as these are temporary fixes that do not address the root cause of the issue. Such approaches often lead to further damage and more expensive repairs in the long run. 

In contrast, concrete lifting is an advanced method that can effectively address underlying problems such as unstable soil or oversaturation. This technique involves injecting a light polyurethane foam beneath the concrete to fill any voids and elevate the slab to its proper level. 

However, at JES Foundation Repair, concrete floor repair is not just about addressing the floor’s surface. Our approach encompasses the entire home, with the goal of resolving foundation problems and ensuring a safe and secure living environment. 

Should our assessment reveal that foundation issues are the cause of your concrete floor damage, we will recommend appropriate foundation repair solutions. One such solution is the installation of piers, with slab piers being specifically designed to support homes built on slab foundations. 

Signs Your Home Needs Concrete Floor Repair 

If you notice any of these signs on your concrete floors, repair is likely needed: 

Understanding when you need concrete floor repair can make a significant difference in the longevity and safety of your home. Contact JES Foundation Repair at the first sign of these or other problems. 

Is Concrete Floor Repair Necessary? 

Yes, it is essential to address cracked and uneven concrete floors. 

Neglecting to repair these damages can exacerbate the problem, as soil movement and moisture penetration beneath the concrete can result in trip hazards, further cracking, and potential structural compromises. 

Opting for prompt repairs and steering clear of mudjacking and do-it-yourself fixes can mitigate further deterioration and prove cost-effective. 

JES Foundation Repair employs a concrete lifting method that fortifies the soil beneath your flooring, ensuring a durable resolution. Moreover, our additional solutions, such as slab piers, effectively resolve foundational problems from the bottom up. 

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What Are the Benefits of Concrete Floor Repair? 

Repairing cracked, uneven concrete floors results in several benefits: 

Create a Hazard-Free Home 

Lifting and stabilizing sunken concrete eliminates trip hazards and creates a safer environment for your family and guests. Repairing your floors brings peace of mind. 

Restore Your Floor’s Appearance 

Our concrete lifting process smooths out cracked and uneven floors, improving aesthetics. We restore the sleek look of your home or garage’s concrete. 

Enhance Property Value 

Repairing damaged concrete floors protects your investment and enhances property value by creating an attractive, pristine floor. Homes with damaged concrete floors sell for less. 

Protection with a Long-Lasting Solution 

Our proprietary PolyRenewal™ foam system delivers durable results, unlike basic DIY options. Specially engineered for concrete lifting, our products provide long-term stabilization you can rely on. 

To get the most out of concrete floor repair, choose our proven lifting products and professional installation. 

How We Install Concrete Floor Repair 

Here is the step-by-step process our experts use to repair concrete floors: 

  • Drill small, penny-sized holes in the affected areas of the concrete floor. 
  • Place injection ports in the drilled holes. 
  • Mix a two-part, closed-cell polymer foam. 
  • Inject foam through the ports beneath the slab. 
  • Allow foam to expand, fill voids, and cure within 15 minutes. 
  • Stabilize the slab floor and underlying soil. 
  • Remove the injection ports and patch the holes. 
  • Seal joints and cracks to prevent moisture damage. 
  • Schedule regular maintenance for your concrete floor to ensure lasting repairs. 

It’s possible that your home needs foundation repair solutions instead. Explore our Slab Pier page to understand more about the pier installation process. 

With years of expertise as the go-to service for concrete and foundation repairs, our skilled crews are adept at accurately evaluating and fixing your home’s concrete floors. You can rely on our team to deliver an exceptional installation experience. 

Why Our Floor Repair is the Best Choice for Your Home 

JES Foundation Repair’s PolyRenewal™ concrete lifting system sets itself apart from the rest in the realm of concrete floor remediation thanks to its: 

  • Unparalleled Precision: The PolyRenewal™ method guarantees unrivaled accuracy when lifting and securing concrete floors. 
  • Streamlined Approach: Our system eliminates the need for hassles like bulky equipment and extensive digging. 
  • Lightweight Material: Our foam is significantly lighter, unlike other materials commonly used in mudjacking or concrete repouring. 
  • Swift Results: Our solution solidifies in 15 minutes, saving you time and minimizing disruptions. 
  • Durability: It stands strong in the face of environmental challenges, providing a long-lasting solution. 
  • Versatility: Our system can be applied to a wide range of concrete surfaces, catering to your specific needs. 
  • Environmental Friendliness: We take pride in using non-toxic, sustainable, and enduring materials that will not wash out or leach harmful chemicals into your soil or home. 
  • Seamless Integration: Our repairs seamlessly blend with the existing environment, offering a discreet solution. 
  • Dedication to Excellence: Our commitment to quality is evident in our annual maintenance schedules, ensuring long-lasting excellence. 

Repairing your concrete floor is an essential investment for your home. Get the repairs done right the first time with JES Foundation Repair. 

Contact JES Foundation Repair for Concrete Floor Repair Today! 

If your concrete floors are showing signs of cracks, have begun to sink, or are uneven, our team at JES Foundation Repair is here to assist you. We provide free inspections and no-obligation repair estimates. Our skilled technicians will assess your floors and suggest an optimal repair strategy to address the issue and prevent any further damage. 

Homeowners in Virginia, Washington, DC, Maryland, Northeast NC, and West Virginia can attest to our steadfast customer service and top-notch solutions, having regarded us as the preferred expert for three decades. At JES Foundation Repair, our commitment is to uphold excellence in everything we do. Let us reinstate safety in your home and restore your living space to its prime with the finest in the industry. 

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JES Foundation Repair service area map of the Mid-Atlantic region.

Our Locations

Baltimore

8361 Town Center Ct
Nottingham, MD 21236

Fredericksburg

311 Central Rd.
Suite 2-02
Fredericksburg, VA 22401

Hampton Roads & NE NC

2569 Quality Ct
Virginia Beach, VA 23454

Northern VA & DC

7940 Gainsford Ct.
Bristow, VA 20136

Richmond

309 Quarles Rd
Ashland, VA 23005

Southwest Virginia / Roanoke

2033 Cook Dr.
Salem, VA 24153

Western Virginia

456 Old Courthouse Rd
Appomattox, VA 24522

Winchester

45 W Boscawen St,
Winchester, VA 22601