07 Oct 2020
October 7, 2020

October Rituals

October 7, 2020 0 Comment

The month of October signals the start of the fall season and falling leaves, falling temperatures, falling rain, and falling concrete. Wait a minute! Fall does not bring falling concrete! No, it certainly does not. Just a friendly reminder that when homeowners are out raking leaves in their yard, it is a good time to.. read more →

24 Aug 2020
August 24, 2020

What can I do if my front steps are sinking?

August 24, 2020 6 Comments

This is a question we’ve seen posted on the internet. The answers we found for fixing sinking front steps were surprising. We’ve been in the foam jacking business since 2013. Our knowledge of how to build homes goes back even further. And what we saw online could only have come from someone with limited knowledge.. read more →

20 Jun 2020
June 20, 2020

4 Places Caulking Will Save you Money

June 20, 2020 3 Comments

The sun is out and many days the temperature is hot. After a rough winter and the quarantine of COVID-19 this past spring, the idea of doing anything other than spending more time in the house is appealing. How does a caulking sound? Most people don’t think that caulking can save money but caulking these.. read more →

13 May 2020
May 13, 2020

Cracks in the Driveway

May 13, 2020 4 Comments

It’s that time of year again! It’s time to get back outside! When you do you’ll notice the flowers are in bloom, the grass is thicker and greener; the trees have flowering buds that are turning to leaves. Spring is springing indeed! When that happens you make plans to sharpen the blades of your lawnmower,.. read more →

17 Mar 2020
March 17, 2020

Concrete Foam Lifting

March 17, 2020 8 Comments

Concrete lifting foam is used to level, raise or lift concrete. It is a procedure that works to correct uneven concrete by affecting the soil beneath it. Since the early 1900’s slab jacking or mud jacking has been utilized as a means to repair and lift concrete slabs. This was done by pumping “grout” through.. read more →