Concrete Lifting

If your home has sloped floors, cracks in floor tiles, gaps below baseboards, gaps at the tops of walls or sticking doors, you might have a concrete settlement problem.

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If you have concrete around your home that’s cracked or uneven, such as a sidewalk, driveway, patio, or pool deck, Baker’s Waterproofing offers the repair options you need to help you protect the look of your concrete. When concrete settles, cracks, or becomes uneven, you could end up with pooling water, uneven surfaces, and potentially dangerous tripping hazards. Plus, cracked concrete looks bad and lowers the value of your home.

Sinking sidewalks, driveways, and concrete floors aren’t just eyesores – they can quickly turn into safety hazards!

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    Caulk Joints is cost-effective because it offers a solution that is long-lasting, unlike the urethane-based products available at big-box DIY stores that must be replaced regularly.

    Yes. Because it is silicone-based, not urethane-based, Caulk Joints won’t degrade over time, even when exposed to UV radiation and extreme temperatures. This ensures that it remains flexible and waterproof for years.

    Yes. In fact, we recommend that our PolyRenewal™ customers seal the cracks and joints of their newly lifted concrete with our Caulk Joints solution, as it will help protect their concrete for many years to come.

    No. Caulk Joints is a proprietary product developed by Groundworks and is available exclusively from Baker’s Waterproofing and other concrete repair contractors in the Groundworks network.

    Contact us for an appointment. One of our design specialists will come to your home and inspect your concrete. He or she will then sit down with you and explain what caused your issues, how they can be fixed and exactly what it will cost.

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