CRC Concrete Pool Deck Raising in Hawthorn Woods
For a Free, no hassle estimate in Hawthorn Woods call us today at: 847-336-3400. Viking CRC Concrete Raising and Repair has been a premier concrete raising company serving the Hawthorn Woods Illinois area for over 15 years. 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.
If you are looking for a cost affective, long lasting, and an environmentally friendly solution to your sunken pool deck and concrete that won't disrupt your landscaping call us today.
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. One of the best parts of working with our concrete raising service is that the whole process takes a matter of hours, not days.
This summer we want all pool owners in the Northwest Suburbs, to enjoy a fantastic and safe summer by reducing tripping hazards caused by sinking pool decks as well as any sunken concrete sidewalks, driveways, steps and more. Prevent unnecessary tripping hazards by calling us for your pool deck leveling needs.
Common Causes of pool deck concrete sinking.
Concrete pool decks in the Hawthorn Woods Illinois 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.