How do I fix a garage floor crack?
Cleaning the garage is a spring tradition, a way to enjoy the warmer weather and still accomplish something.
It feels great to sweep out the last remnants of winter muck and mud so you can finally see the floor again. But what if the first thing you notice is an ugly crack?
These kinds of cracks are common, and they happen when the soil below the concrete settles due to poor compaction or cycles of wet and dry (or both). The settling soil can also cause slabs to sink.
We recommend tackling these issues with our state-of-the-art PolyLEVEL system, which uses high-density, lightweight, structural-grade polymers to level and stabilize slabs.
PolyLEVEL provides a precision lift and is a better, more efficient solution than traditional mud-jacking or concrete replacement. You can drive on it just 15 minutes after installation, it’s waterproof, and it’s proven to last much longer than the concrete it supports.
We also minimize future water infiltration through the top of garage floors by sealing cracks with NexusPro joint sealant and protecting the surface of the concrete with our SealantPro penetrating sealant.