General informationClosed for winter, why?

December 26, 2014by Jerald Sargent0

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Occasionally we are asked why we close for winter.

The primary reason we close is most people choose to do something about their settled concrete as part of a home improvement plan, since most home improvements are done in the spring and fall, by the first cold snap people are preparing for a long cold winter, not exterior remodeling.

Second, but perhaps more important, exterior concrete begins to freeze to the topsoil making concrete raising difficult and more prone to damage during the raising process.

We we often work into November if the weather holds out, but in the markets we serve that have sub freezing weather we typically open mid February and close mid November Interior work is a different thing, if you have a basement slab or heated garage floor those can be raised year round. While we typically winterize our equipment we can raise concrete if there is an emergency such as a requirement for a home sale or something similar.

As you consider home improvement projects for next year don’t forget the improvement in aesthetics and safety leveling your interior and exterior concrete slabs can make.

When you are ready, call the concrete raising professionals, 1-855-752-2522

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