Keep Your Home Safe with Concrete Repair
Proud to Serve Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska, Iowa, and Missouri
Fix your concrete before it gets worse in one easy lift. Sinking, uneven concrete is not just an eyesore - it can cause serious injury and drainage problems. At Thrasher Foundation Repair, we fix the most common causes of sinking, cracked concrete slabs by offering patented solutions that have kept families safe across the nation. This includes our concrete leveling, cracked concrete repair, and concrete sealing systems.
The most common concrete problems include:
If the concrete around your home is unlevel, cracked, pitting and flaking, Thrasher Foundation Repair, who are trusted experts in concrete repair in Omaha, Nebraska as well as Iowa, Missouri and Colorado, will address the underlying problem and extend the life of your concrete for years to come.
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Pro Concrete Repair Solutions
If you have cracked concrete, moisture will seep beneath the slab through gaps and openings. The water underneath the slab will wash away the underlying soil, causing the concrete to sink into the void and crack even further, ultimately leading to more problems.
Our concrete repair system will extend the life of your slabs for years to come. Not only do our concrete leveling and repair systems fix damaged slabs, but they also address any underlying issues that caused problems in the first place.
Our concrete repair system includes:
- PolyLevel® concrete leveling: PolyLevel® is an expanding polyurethane foam concrete leveling system that quickly and effectively lifts and stabilizes sinking slabs.
- NexusPro® cracked concrete repair: We then provide concrete crack repair services, filling and sealing damaged areas and control joints using a silicone joint sealant, NexusPro®.
- SealantPro™ concrete sealing: After, we apply a coat of SealantPro™ concrete sealing to the structure's surface, which permanently bonds with slabs to protect them from the elements.
Our Approach to Long-Lasting Concrete Repair
From the very first call to the cleanup, you can expect reliable concrete repair and concrete leveling services from Thrasher Foundation Repair. We start by thoroughly inspecting your slabs and later explain what caused the sinking, cracked concrete around your home. After, we recommend concrete repair and leveling solutions, tailored for your unique situation, with up to several layers of protection, depending on the severity of the damage.
- For uneven, sinking slabs, we use PolyLevel® concrete leveling, a lightweight, expanding polyurethane foam developed by our sister company Supportworks and only available to an exclusive network of foundation and concrete repair contractors. Our concrete leveling system lifts and supports slabs without adding weight to the load-bearing soils underneath. PolyLevel® is also waterproof, so it won't wash out or dry out like traditional mudjacking materials.
Not only does PolyLevel® concrete leveling provide an accurate lift, but it also compacts the soils around the slab. This creates a stable environment, ensuring that your driveway, patio, pool deck, and other concrete slabs stay level for years to come.
- If your home has cracked concrete or needs control joint sealing, we use NexusPro® concrete crack repair, a silicone-based crack and joint sealer developed by our sister company Supportworks. NexusPro® stops moisture from seeping beneath the slab, making it a long-lasting and durable cracked concrete repair solution.
When installing NexusPro®, we start by preparing and cleaning concrete cracks. We then insert the product and apply some native sand, giving the whole surface a finished, polished look. After, we install SealantPro™ concrete sealing, which permanently bonds with slabs to protect them from the elements and dramatically extend their lifespan overall.
Our concrete repair and concrete leveling systems not only restores the functionality of your slabs and keeps them looking great well into the future, but you can also rest easy knowing that our solutions come with a 5-year warranty!
Why Choose Thrasher for Concrete Repair?
By exceeding homeowners' concrete repair expectations, we're out to redefine the industry here at Thrasher Foundation Repair. We pride ourselves on providing permanent solutions to sinking, cracked concrete and stand behind our work with industry-leading, fully transferable warranties and guarantees.
On top of a warranty, we promise satisfaction, efficiency, property protection, and respect for you and your home while we work. Our crew leaders get in touch with you before they arrive and keep you updated throughout the project.
We do everything possible to minimize disruption to your home and surrounding landscaping. Plus, if you have a problem or concern after installation, we'll send a Service Technician to your home at no charge through the duration of your warranty.
Before and After
The Thrasher Difference.
No matter the job - we aren't going to feel good about the hard work we've done until you're happy. So we'll do it right or make it right. That's the Thrasher promise.
For the last 45 years in the basement and foundation repair industry, we've focused on the value of doing whatever it takes to get the job done and "wow" our customers every step of the way.
We serve the following areas
- Cissna Park
- Crescent City
- Gibson City
- Piper City
Need affordable payment options? We've got you covered.
Cracked foundations, leaky basements and mildewy crawlspaces are often serious problems that shouldn't be ignored. If you feel you've put your repair project off long enough, financing can help you get it done now instead of later. It's not worth gambling with the investment you've made in your home!
Frequently Asked Questions
Driveways, walkways and sidewalks are exposed to a lot of wear and tear. When the soil supporting it becomes weak or a void is formed, concrete slabs can crack and sink. There are many things that can create a void beneath a concrete slab, such as erosion from rainwater or gutter runoff, or a tree root that has rotted over time. Clogged gutters, downspouts that are not installed correctly, and poor yard drainage can make erosion worse. Dirt fill underneath the slab that has not been well compacted can also create voids beneath concrete.
Tearing out and replacing a concrete driveway, sidewalk or patio is a huge undertaking. The old concrete must be jackhammered into manageable pieces and hauled away. Then, new concrete must be poured and left to harden and cure -- a process that can take several weeks, during which you'll have to park on the street and avoid the area. It's noisy, messy and incredibly disruptive. On the other hand, concrete repair is a quick, easy process that requires minimal disruption, yet offers the same look and functionality of total concrete replacement. Unlike brand new concrete, it can be ready for use the very next day. Learn more about lifting and leveling concrete with PolyLevel here.
Yes. Concrete leveling with PolyLevel is not only less expensive than full concrete replacement, it's also a much quicker repair process and far less disruptive to the surrounding grass and landscaping. There's almost no wait time for the concrete to cure before you can walk or drive on it, and unlike concrete replacement, PolyLevel actually fills voids and compacts underlying soil, which stabilizes your concrete for years to come.
Most concrete leveling and repair projects take our crews a single day to complete, and Polylevel cures quickly, allowing your concrete to be used normally the same day. Alternate solutions like mudjacking or concrete replacement often require more time and disruption, as well as longer cure times, which could mean parking on the street or avoiding your sidewalk or front steps.
Your concrete most likely didn't settle, but instead the adjacent concrete slabs heaved upwards, due to the frozen dirt below. There is nothing that can be done, but wait for the ground to thaw and the concrete to return to its original position. If the concrete doesn't return to its normal position in the spring, you may want to have one of our experts take a look to determine if a permanent solution is necessary.
If your concrete has shifted up during the winter months, it is most likely heave from the frozen dirt below the concrete. This is normal, and usually the concrete will return to normal once the ground thaws. If it doesn't return to its normal position in the spring, you may want to have one of our experts take a look to determine if a permanent solution is necessary.