Concrete can last for hundreds of years. This is true for concrete that's used to make everything from statues and bridge abutments to basement walls, garage floors, and sidewalks.
But this basic mixture of sand, Portland cement, stone, and water can also break and crumble. It can sink and crack under its own weight, or be pushed off its foundation. The survival odds for any concrete element depend on the quality of initial construction and on the control of certain factors that can damage the material.
Midwest Foundation Repair can help fix your concrete new construction or damaged foundation. We work in Waterloo, Ames, Des Moines, West Des Moines, Urbandale, Ankeny, Ottumwa, Fort Dodge, Cedar Falls, Marshalltown and nearby in Iowa. Just contact us to get started!
At Midwest Foundation Repair, we've been surrounded by concrete for nearly 20 years. Our work in basement waterproofing and foundation repair has taught us about what can go wrong with concrete. We've encountered flooded basements, broken slabs, bowed and tilting concrete walls and sunken footings – just for starters.
Confronting the consequences of incorrect construction practices has taught us valuable lessons about doing the job right the first time. That's why you can count on Midwest Foundation Repair to follow the highest-possible standards when undertaking any concrete project. Whether we are making a concrete repair, replacing damaged concrete, or building new with concrete, you can expect the best.
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