Concrete cracking can occur for a number of reasons ranging from excessive heat retention to heavy weights on the slabs. Concrete cracks are readily sealed with reinforcement agents that help to close and fill the crack while also adding more strength to the fixture. While most concrete cracks start small, if left untreated, they can continue to expand into larger cracks that may be irreparable in the future. If you’re aware of a crack in your concrete slabs or your contractors comes across some during inspection, it’s best to have them repaired immediately to avoid further damage. When you enlist us to repair your concrete slabs, we also look at what’s causing the slabs to crack and where the pressure points of your foundation are. If this can be readjusted or alleviated, we do our best to find an alternative so that future concrete cracks aren’t inevitable on your repaired concrete.