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Concrete Step Repair

Securing a safe entry and exit is vital for your home. However, damaged exterior concrete steps detract from your home’s curb appeal and present significant safety concerns. Baker’s Waterproofing offers exclusive concrete lifting techniques, providing a durable and eco-friendly solution. 

As Pennsylvania and West Virginia’s concrete repair authority, Baker’s Waterproofing boasts the expertise to rejuvenate your concrete steps with safety and efficiency. Our exclusive SettleStop™ PolyRenewal™ system ensures rapid resolution with minimal disruption to your property and daily routine. 

This page provides an exclusive look at a comprehensive solution that ensures lasting strength and peace of mind. 

What is Concrete Step Repair? 

Concrete step restoration involves the process of elevating, stabilizing, and refurbishing exterior concrete steps that have suffered damage, sinking, or cracking. 

Traditional solutions like complete replacement and mudjacking are inadequate since they fail to address the root problem. 

In contrast, contemporary approaches like polyurethane foam injections for concrete lifting offer superior alternatives. Baker’s Waterproofing employs the proprietary PolyRenewal™ system, ensuring both the durability and safety of your steps. This concrete lifting technique is integral to a comprehensive whole-home solution, fortifying your residence from the ground up. 

Depending on the extent of the damage and its impact on your foundation, we may recommend foundation piers during the restoration process. 

Signs Your Exterior Concrete Steps Need Repair 

It’s imperative to tend to concrete step damage promptly to prevent escalation. Signs indicating the need for repair include: 

  • Noticeable cracks on the steps 
  • Irregular step levels 
  • Steps tilting or slanting 
  • Sinking steps
  • Steps detaching from your foundation 
  • Settling porch 
  • Audible hollow sounds beneath the steps 
  • Accumulation of water or drainage problems 
  • Deteriorating edges or corners 
  • Concrete pitting, flakes, or stains

Identifying initial indications of concrete damage can be a cost-effective and time-saving measure. Contact a concrete repair expert such as Baker’s Waterproofing as soon as you observe these warning signs. 

Is Concrete Step Repair Necessary? 

Yes, concrete repair is essential. Proactive concrete step repair enhances safety and expands your repair choices, while potentially minimizing future costs. Quick action promises security and longevity. 

When weighing choices such as repouring or opting for DIY solutions from major retail sources, it’s crucial to be discerning. These rapid solutions offer a temporary fix and often fail to address the underlying problem. 

Timely concrete step restoration seamlessly aligns with Baker’s Waterproofing comprehensive strategy, preserving both the structural integrity and value of your property. 

Our skilled experts will carefully assess the extent of the damage and restore your steps. This forward-looking approach guarantees long-lasting, reliable results. 

What Are the Benefits of Concrete Step Repair? 

Restoring concrete steps brings a multitude of benefits to you, your family, and your home: 

Safety Enhancement 

Repairing damaged steps is crucial in preventing falls and injuries. Through the process of lifting and stabilizing your stairs, we effectively minimize tripping hazards, guaranteeing safety for both residents and visitors. 

Prevent Further Damage 

Elevating sunken stairs and sealing cracks stops the advancement of concrete step and foundation damage. 

Aesthetic Improvement 

Renewed concrete steps elevate the visual allure and worth of your home. Our exclusive concrete lifting technique leaves minimal evidence of any repairs. 

Extended Lifespan 

Baker’s Waterproofing stands apart with our exclusive PolyRenewal™ system, delivering solutions that outlast generic methods. 

Optimal results hinge on the use of our cutting-edge products and expert installation. The eco-friendly PolyRenewal™ concrete lifting system works swiftly and endures for the long term. Trusting in our expertise guarantees a first-time right repair. 

How Concrete Step Repair Works 

Baker’s Waterproofing professionals follow these crucial steps to complete the concrete step repair process: 

  • We begin by drilling small holes into the sunken areas of your steps. 
  • Insert injection ports securely into the holes. 
  • Prepare a two-part, closed-cell polyurethane foam mixture. 
  • Skillfully inject high-density polyurethane foam underneath the concrete. 
  • Watch as the foam expands, effectively filling voids and lifting the steps. 
  • Allow the foam to cure, typically taking about 15 minutes. 
  • Remove the injection ports and diligently fill the holes. 
  • Finish by sealing any cracks and joints with a protective sealant. 
  • Remember to schedule regular maintenance to keep a close eye on the condition of your steps. 

As the region’s leading concrete repair provider, our Baker’s Waterproofing crews have the skills to execute this precise process, ensuring lasting results. 

Why Our Step Repair is the Best Choice for Your Home 

Baker’s Waterproofing leads the way in concrete step repair with the top-tier PolyRenewal™ concrete lifting solution, distinguished by the following advantages: 

  • Precision: Unrivaled accuracy in lifting and stabilizing. 
  • Minimal Disruption: No need for heavy machinery or extensive excavation. 
  • Lightweight: Significantly lighter than conventional concrete or mudjacking materials. 
  • Rapid Curing: Sets in just 15 minutes, minimizing downtime. 
  • Longevity: Highly resistant to environmental factors, built to endure. 
  • Versatility: Applicable to a wide range of concrete surfaces. 
  • Environmentally Friendly: Crafted from sustainable, eco-conscious materials. 
  • Seamless: Repairs are virtually indistinguishable, seamlessly blending with existing concrete. 
  • Reliable Maintenance: Our annual service plans ensure sustained quality. 

Contact Baker’s Waterproofing for Concrete Step Repair Today! 

Say goodbye to perilous, damaged concrete steps. Trust Baker’s Waterproofing and our state-of-the-art PolyRenewal™ system for durable, long-lasting concrete step repair. 

Our comprehensive process ensures peace of mind, knowing your concrete steps are secure for today and the years ahead. Contact us to schedule a complimentary, no-obligation inspection.


Outdoor concrete steps experience various forms of damage, such as cracking and sinking, often due to factors related to your property’s soil. These can include soil settlement, erosion, oversaturation, freeze-thaw cycles, and displacement caused by growing tree roots. Baker’s Waterproofing conducts a complimentary inspection to identify the cause of your concrete step damage and recommend the most effective repair solution. 

The cost of concrete step repair varies based on the level of damage and the required repairs. For instance, the expense of concrete lifting using polyurethane injections may differ from the cost of foundation pier installation. Contact Baker’s Waterproofing for a precise cost breakdown and explore financing options during a free consultation. 

The duration of concrete step repair with PolyRenewal™ polyurethane injections varies based on the specific repair area and the extent of damage. Typically, the process can be completed in one day. After the foam is injected beneath the concrete, it requires 15 minutes to cure. This is significantly quicker compared to mudjacking and concrete repour, which may require several days to regain full functionality. Contact Baker’s Waterproofing to schedule a complimentary inspection. 

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Shamokin Dam, PA  17876


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Harrisburg, PA 17102


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Hermitage, PA 16148


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Washington, PA 15301

Wilkins Township

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Wilkins Township, PA 15235

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York, PA 17402