Concrete Driveway Repair

Need Driveway Repair? Savvy Homeowners Are Choosing Poly-Jacking.

Your driveway helps maintain your home’s functionality and overall curb appeal. It requires very little maintenance other than cleaning from time to time. A properly poured and maintained concrete driveway can last 30 years, though some can even last 50! While age is one reason a driveway may require attention, other factors typically force the need for repairs. Soil settling and shifting are often the culprits, though in some cases mistakes made during installation can also be a factor.

If you notice cracks or separation between panels, options exist to help restore your driveway to like-new condition. The good news is that poly-jacking repair is affordable, and quickly becoming the method of choice or homeowners across DFW.

How Our Concrete Driveway Repair Differs from Other Methods

Cracks do occur, so let’s discuss the best way to deal with them. Most homeowners automatically assume that damaged or separated panels should be removed and re-poured. This causes people to delay taking action for concern that replacement costs will be expensive. We use a proven method of concrete driveway repair that keeps the costs relatively low. This is because it doesn’t require replacement. Our recommendation is something called polyjacking. It lifts the affected areas of concrete to a restored condition for a fraction of the replacement cost.

Our team will identify the unstable soil beneath the affected areas when approaching your driveway leveling. While polyjacking is similar to mudjacking, we recommend poly for a few reasons. First, mud “slurry” weighs 100 pounds per cubic foot and this can cause future settling. Poly refers to polyurethane, and it only weighs about 2 to 4 pounds per cubic foot. The bottom line is that our method of driveway leveling will not put unnecessary pressure on the soil that could end up causing issues down the road.

Many homeowners also love the fact that our concrete driveway repair uses surface holes no bigger than five-eights of an inch when injecting the material to raise it up. (This is because polyjacking, like other types of driveway repair procedures, involves injecting a solution through the driveway by way of a hole.) The issue with mudjacking is that it requires drilling holes that could be as large as two full inches. This leaves unnecessary cosmetic features once completed. The holes are patched and covered with new concrete when the process is complete, but the impression of our smaller holes are a lot easier to hide with our small injection areas.

Ready To Make Your Driveway Great Again? 

Just remember, whenever you compare driveway repair solutions you need to consider quality and longevity. Don’t let the cost concern keep you from addressing the settling issues you see happening. The longer you wait, the worse they will get and more expensive they will become to fix. Take advantage of our FREE estimate today, and give us a call so we can make your driveway great again.

Why Choose Us?

  • Eco-Friendly Solution
  • A+ Business Rating
  • Many Satisfied Concrete Repair Clients
  • Flexible Repair Solutions Custom Tailored To Each Client