Concrete Repair, Resurfacing and Sealing

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Why is Patio, Pool Deck, Sidewalk or Driveway Repair Necessary?

The first thing people see as they approach your home from the street is your sidewalk or driveway. From your back yard, it’s your patio or pool deck. Your  home’s concrete is its calling card. And when it cracks, sinks or discolors, it doesn’t just make your home look bad, it can also lower its value. Sunken or heaved concrete slabs can present tripping hazards that you may be liable for as a homeowner. For these reasons, it’s important to repair your concrete driveway, sidewalk or patio and protect it for the future.

Concrete Leveling

Quickly and effectively lift and level your sunken, broken concrete.

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Cracked Concrete

Learn more about our unique and effective concrete crack repair solutions.

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Concrete Sealant

Protect your concrete surfaces from staining, corrosion, and water damage with SealantPro concrete sealant from Thrasher.

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Concrete Resurfacing

Renew your old, worn concrete with ResurfacePro from Thrasher.

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Sidewalk and Driveway Repair

Repair your damaged sidewalk or driveway with our unique line of concrete repair products and services.

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What Causes Concrete Settlement and Damage

Concrete is pretty amazing stuff. It can be poured, shaped and made into just about anything you like. But even though it’s incredibly strong, it’s not indestructible. So, when you see a driveway or patio that has cracked, sunken or broken slabs or is pitted, flaked and stained, there are reasons why these things happen. These can include:

  • Poorly compacted fill soil settling over time
  • Voids created by soil that has softened, dried out or washed away
  • The freeze-thaw cycle causing concrete pores to break
  • Trees and other vegetation removing moisture from the soil or causing slabs to heave with its roots

Concrete Repair and Resurfacing vs. Concrete Replacement

If you’ve got a badly cracked or sunken driveway, your first instinct might be to replace it. But there are several reasons why this isn’t always the best course of action. First, total concrete replacement is incredibly disruptive. The old concrete must be jackhammered into chunks and hauled away. Then new concrete must be poured and allowed to harden and cure. This can take up to several weeks — during which time your driveway or patio is unusable. In contrast, most repair solutions allow your concrete to be used the very next day. Plus, when you lift and level your concrete slabs, you’ll actually be addressing the underlying problem that caused it to settle in the first place. With concrete replacement, you’re simply putting new concrete on the same old soil.

Our Approach to Concrete Repair

At Thrasher, we’re out to redefine our industry by providing homeowners like you with an experience you’d never expect in an industry of typical contractors. But we not only want to exceed those expectations, we also want to raise them for your future interactions with other contractors. Let’s face it; we’ve all accepted mediocrity from contractors for too long — to the point where merely showing up is grounds for a positive online review. But we believe in our hearts that more is possible and that by raising the bar, we can encourage an entire industry to offer a much better customer experience. And we know it all begins with our relationship with you.

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