No matter what kind of finished flooring you plan to install, the substrate must be properly prepared. In the case of a concrete slab, it should be solid, smooth, and level. Inspect its condition before you build new framing (if needed) and install any flooring materials. Before having anyone installing your new floors, Make sure to look for large cracks and sagging sections. If they’re present the base is not adequate. You’ll need to repair the sagging sections and ready for the new floor installation so that future problem wont arise as a result of unleveled floor.
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When we repair sub floors or slab floors we will fix active cracks — those that are growing longer or wider — instead of covering them up. Active cracks can indicate serious structural problems and can pull the floor apart.
So don’t just cover them and hope for the best. Schedule your free inspection and make sure you got the best repair and solution for your cracked slab floors.
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Each slab construction and repair is a unique situation and has to be designed by a professional engineer to define the right solution for stoping your floors from moving. We offers a Free inspection and estimate with no obligation to you, We are here to help you make sure, that your home is safe and there is no hidden danger from down-slope movement or erosion that might jeopardize you or your loved ones. We can be contacted by phone at (323) 418-2239.