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CRC Concrete Raising & Repair Solves Sunken Concrete Problems in Zion

CRC Concrete Raising & Repair has been raising concrete for over 13 years in the Zion Illinois area.  We use a tried and true method of slab raising combined with the most modern technology to lift and level concrete slabs. We raise concrete, you save money. Why settle for a lower quality polyjacking or mudjacking when you can have the best value, best repair, and best warranty? We are the trusted concrete raisers for commercial, residential and community associations alike. CRC Concrete Raising & Repair provides concrete raising, stabilizing and void filling services to Residential, Commercial/Industrial and Community Association markets in Zion and the surrounding Northern Illinois area at one half to one third the cost of concrete replacement. Our Specialties Include Raising and Stabilizing:

  • Sidewalks
  • Patios
  • Garage Floors      
  • Driveways
  • Basements Floors
  • Factory / Warehouse Floors
  • Pool Deck Raising & Leveling

Zion area households are very familiar with sinking and settling concrete! We put an end to having to remove and replace concrete that has settled.  CRC Concrete Raising & Repair does this with a tried and true method paired with the most modern concrete raising system. We raise concrete the “CRC WAY”



  • High content cement-based slurry designed to handle a greater load capacity than the average clay soil used by mudjackers or polyjackers
  • State-of-the-art concrete raising technology and equipment
  • Perfectly calibrated concrete raising material mixing and delivery capability which provides a consistent mixture from start to finish
  • We follow the Best Management Standards/Specifications for Concrete Slab Raising
  • The best warranty in the industry! 2 - 4 times the warranty of new concrete or for concrete raising by mudjackers or with polyurethane.

CRC Concrete Raising & Repair provides a consistent, calibrated cement-based slurry that is impervious to water and therefore the most permanent fix for settled concrete. Our state-of-the art equipment including our volumetric mixer allows us to do what we do best – quality work with long-lasting results. We have years of experience and are competitively priced to make getting your concrete raising not only reliable but very affordable. If you live in the Zion Illinois area CRC Concrete Raising & Repair is the right company for you. Our professional team is committed to exceeding your expectations. From your first phone call to your finished job, we are your partner in increasing the value of your home.

CRC - Garage Floor Raising in Zion

Viking CRC Concrete Raising and Repair is Zion's premier concrete raising company. Many homeowners in the Chicagoland area contact us in hopes that we can raise their sinking or sunken concrete garage floors. The good news is, that raising and leveling concrete garage floors is a relatively simple procedure which elements the expense of concrete replacement. Having CRC raise your sunken garage floor can help protect your home from water issues, and your guests from unnecessary trips and falls. 

Why Choose Concrete Repair

If you have sunken or uneven concrete, always choose repair over replacement.  Here are the advantages to why repair will always be the better choice:

  1. Save Time – work is completed in hours – not days!
  2. Save Money – generally 1/3 to ½ the cost of replacement
  3. Minimal Disruption – little mess or downtime – and no re-landscaping
  4. Better For Mother Earth! – eliminates landfill waste and will not damage the environment

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!

Foundation Repair Zion IL.Concrete Raising

Cracks in poured concrete basement and crawlspace walls are a fact of life but can unnerve even the savviest homeowners. The fact is - concrete cracks. Many of these cracks are common shrinkage cracks that occur as the concrete cures. These cracks are typically vertical and usually less than 1/16" wide. We also see many structural or settlement cracks. These can happen due to differential loading, lateral pressure, or from vertical movement due to soil shrinkage. CRC's methods of foundation crack repair and stopping leaks in foundations are designed to be cost-effective and reliable. And though some waterproofing companies may propose extensive crack repair methods inside of the home, all of our work is done inside the home. Our crack repair processes are quick, simple, and clean. CRC's process of foundation crack repair uses multiple types of resins to inject cracks, holes, and porous areas. Our exclusively-formulated HydroSeal and HydroFill products are used to permanently waterproof and repair your concrete foundation issues. Benefits of utilizing our exclusively formulated expanding urethane (HydroFill):

  • Fills the crack completely, not just on the surface
  • Any voids behind the wall are filled
  • It’s flexible – for any future movement or settling of your foundation
  • It does not shrink

HydroStop is our proprietary gel-based epoxy sealant that provides an effective barrier for cracks and leaks in block and stone foundations. HydroStop has many applications and can also be painted. CRC Concrete Raising & Repair is your Crack Repair, expert. We assess your foundation crack repair needs and find the best and most affordable options to make the foundation crack repairs. Our lifetime warranty will keep your foundation solid, your basement dry, and increase your property value.  

Concrete Leveling: Customer Reviews

The entire experience was fabulous!! The office staff is super knowledgeable, the estimator is friendly and very knowledgeable, & prices are very fair with a much better warranty than any other concrete leveling companies. The crew came out bright and early and just dominated the project in a very efficient and surprisingly organized manner. The foreman was knowledgeable, explained what was going on and completed the project, cleaned up and went on to the next job. Basically it was pretty impressive how fast it was able to be completed and how well the concrete leveling turned out. Highly recommend this company for any concrete leveling.

Review by James N. in Barrington, ILProject:Level Concrete Slabs Using Injection Technology

These guys were great to work with. I would definitely use them again. We had a sidewalk and part of our driveway raised.

Review by Judy S. in Crystal Lake, IL
Project: Level Concrete Slabs Using Injection Technology

CRC Concrete Pool Deck Raising in Zion

Viking CRC Concrete Raising and Repair has been Zion's premier concrete raising company. Many homeowners in the Chicagoland area contact us in hopes that we can raise their concrete sidewalks, driveways, and foundation repairs, but don't realize that we can also help them with their Pool Deck Raising needs! Utilizing our proprietary concrete raising process and following the accepted Standards/Specifications allows us to offer the longest and best warranty in the industry - 2 to 4 times the warranty for new concrete or for concrete raised by mudjackers or with polyurethane. This summer in Chicago we want you and your loved ones to enjoy a fantastic summer in your own backyard. Prevent unnecessary tripping hazards by calling CRC for your pool deck leveling needs. Causes of pool deck concrete sinking. Concrete pool decks in the Zion area are prone to settling because of the actual pool construction process. The backfill soil that's added around the pool excavation will not be as dense or well-compacted as the undisturbed soil. When a heavy concrete slab is poured around the pool, loose soil will often compress under the slab's weight, which can cause sections of the concrete to sink or settle. Another potential reason for your pool deck to become unlevel is due to the multiple sections that are laid. If a seal hasn't properly been laid or has worn away water will get in and begin erosion under the slabs.