Residential Garage Floor Repair Contractor Little Rock AR
If you’re noticing cracks forming in your garage floor, you shouldn’t ignore them. These could be signs of issues with your structure, including unstable soils, aging concrete or improper drainage around your property. Any of these could lead to serious problems in the future that can cost you a significant amount of money, so you should reach out to Foamworx ASAP. We’re the experts when it comes to garage floor repair in Little Rock, AR, and throughout central Arkansas. With our unique polyurethane foam injection process, we can provide services such as garage leveling and crack repairs in a fraction of the time and with much less disruption to your normal routine compared to other methods.
Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Cracks in Your Garage Floor
Cracks that appear in the floor of your garage are an eyesore, but they can affect more than the way it looks. They also can be an indicator of severe problems with the structure integrity of your building that need to be addressed as quickly as you can. If your floor is slanting due to sinking soils, it could lead to water pooling in places and creating a slipping hazard. Water also can seep into any cracks and cause even more damage to your foundation over time.
If your garage floor is uneven, it also may prevent your garage door from closing completely, leaving a gap through which cold air and rainwater can enter. It could present a danger of people tripping over the crack and injuring themselves, as well. This is why choosing our garage floor solutions is the right choice, because we can resolve these issues and restore your floor to its original state.
How Our Solutions Work
We specialize in polyurethane foam injection, which is a much faster and more effective way of leveling concrete floors and repairing cracks. Instead of excavating as with other techniques, all we need to do is drill a few half-inch holes in strategic locations. The foam is pumped into these, where it fills gaps in the soil and expands as it cures. The entire curing process takes only about half an hour, after which your floor is pushed back into its original place and the ground underneath is made stronger and more stable than before. The foam also works well to seal cracks by filling the voids they leave.
We serve homeowners throughout the area, including:
- Hot Springs
- Hot Springs Village
- Little Rock
- North Little Rock