Category: Blog

Mudjacking vs. Polyjacking for a Concrete Slab

February 13, 2024
Lift Right Concrete
One quick, simple, and affordable way to repair damaged concrete surfaces is concrete slab leveling. This repair method can be used to raise and stabilize sunken outside slabs such as cracked driveways, sagging steps, uneven sidewalks, and more. Slab leveling is often accomplished using two distinct methods: polyjacking and mudjacking. What makes a difference? And […]
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Uneven Sidewalks Can Be Dangerous in the Winter

January 13, 2024
Lift Right Concrete
Uneven sidewalks and fissures in concrete can be a trip risk during and after a cold, rainy winter. Winter weather is detrimental to concrete because it causes excessive moisture to be absorbed in the ground's microscopic capillary gaps, which then freeze and thaw. This frost heaving process can result in depressed slabs that present a […]
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Why Choose Concrete for Your Steps Instead of Wood or Other Materials

December 11, 2023
Lift Right Concrete
In the world of construction and design, the choices we make for the exterior elements of our homes or commercial buildings play a pivotal role in both functionality and aesthetics. One such decision that carries considerable weight is the selection of materials for creating exterior steps. While various materials vie for attention, concrete emerges as […]
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Unlocking the Magic of Acrylic Surface Sealant: A Shield for Your Surfaces

October 11, 2023
Lift Right Concrete
In the world of protective coatings, acrylic surface sealants stand tall as the unsung heroes, safeguarding our cherished possessions from the relentless onslaught of time, weather, and wear. It’s one of the most recommended options at Lift Right Concrete, especially as we edge into winter months when any home upgrades or repairs warrant materials that […]
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Why Garage Floor Leveling is Important

September 11, 2023
Lift Right Concrete
Garage floors are often not completely flat. In fact, most garages are built with a purposeful slope (also called pitch) as part of city building codes, especially if there is a basement below the garage. This is to aid in water drainage as well as allow for noxious gasses that are heavier than air to […]
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BBQs Without Hazards

August 11, 2023
Lift Right Concrete
This is the time of year when we spend much of our day outside. From entertaining and parties to relaxing and napping, our patios are often well used from about June though September. As you plan your upcoming get togethers, take some time to prepare the space to avoid any safety hazards. Grilling and Smoking […]
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Important Concrete Projects in U.S. History

July 11, 2023
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Concrete has been used around the globe for thousands of years. Ancient Romans were the first to practice the widespread use of concrete, and by 200BC they were successfully implementing the material in the majority of their construction. One of the first uses of concrete in modern United States was in New York in 1835 […]
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Does homeowners’ insurance cover falls on your property?

June 11, 2023
Lift Right Concrete
If someone gets hurt on your property, you may be liable for their medical bills or other necessary expenses as a result of possible property negligence. Common issues that can result in injury include unsecured pools, trampoline accidents, dog bites, loose handrails, a slip and fall on ice, or a trip and fall from uneven […]
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Concrete Sealants

May 11, 2023
Lift Right Concrete
Sealing concrete isn’t necessarily required, but it can be a great idea for flat surfaces such as patios, walkways, pool areas, and more. If you want your concrete to last as long as possible, sealing will help by preventing water absorption. You know it’s working if you see water beading on the surface rather than […]
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Concrete in Utah’s Wet Spring

April 11, 2023
Lift Right Concrete
Flooding negatively impacts concrete in many ways. Although concrete is a durable material that can withstand water, it’s still porous and flooding is a different story. This spring, houses across the Wasatch Front may see some flooding, so it’s a good idea to understand how that excessive water may affect your concrete and what you […]
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