CRC Concrete Raising & Repair in Lake Zurich, IL 60047
CRC Concrete Raising & Repair has been raising concrete for over 16 years in the Lake Zurich area. CRC Concrete Raising & Repair provides concrete raising, stabilizing and void filling services to Residential, Commercial and Community Association markets in Northern Illinois area at one half to one third the cost of concrete replacement.
We specialize in raising concrete for these areas:
● Pool Decks
● Garage Floors
● Sidewalks, stoops, steps
● Factory / Warehouse Floors
● Void Filling Services
CRC - POOL DECK RAISING
Don't let your summer fun be hampered by sunken slaps of your concrete pool deck. These sections can create a safety and tripping hazard as well as diminishing the overall aesthetic. The majority of in-ground pools that have been installed in Lake Zurich, Illinois have concrete pool decks which were laid in sections. Most these concrete slabs sinks over time, call CRC today for all your Pool Deck Raising and Repair Service.
THE CRC DIFFERENCE
Save Time – work is completed in hours – not days!
Save Money – generally 1/3 to ½ the cost of replacement
Minimal Disruption – little mess or downtime – and no re-landscaping
Better For Mother Earth! – eliminates landfill waste and will not damage the environment
Read more Why We are the Better Choice than mud-jacking or poly-jacking
So, if your sunken concrete is a candidate for concrete raising, it is definitely a terrific alternative for eliminating trip hazards, correcting incorrectly pitched concrete slabs, increasing curb appeal and putting your concrete back where it belongs!
What Our Clients are Saying
I'm utterly delighted with CRC. I had no idea that my jack-o-lantern-teeth sidewalk sections could be salvaged, let alone come out perfectly even - with just the right grade away from the house. It's been 6 months and everything is still looking great. As I recall, after an interlude of jackhammer-like drilling noises the doorbell rang and I was expecting them to say how long they felt the job would take, but they were saying they were finished and cleaned up already.
Ron L, Northbrook