Pool deck is sinking...what can I do?
Short of removing deck and reinstalling, what can I do for the 20% of my pool deck that is unsupported? Cement injection? Will this "raise" the deck at the crack back to it's original height?
The pool itself, fortunately, is fine.
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How can I repurpose a pool deck where it stands?
We have a pool deck, about 4.5 feet off the ground which surrounds our above ground pool. We are seriously thinking to take down the pool. But then a deck stands alon... See more
What can I do about gaps in my deck railing? ( for dogs & children)
There is a railing on my deck that has large spaces in the design of the railing. The spaces are more than 4" wide. I am concerned that my little dog and/or little ... See more
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I have a screened in porch and the floor is cement but it sweats when it rains what can I do to stop the floor from swea
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My 12 x 14 ft concrete patio is sinking in the middle towards the house.
Inground pool. Was like this when I moved in. The individual slabs are raised 2 to 5 inches around pool on one side. Soil was built up on this side so it was suggested that I dig it out and jack it up and then support with more concrete. Do you have any other suggestions.
Polyurethane Foam will solve your problem!!! The foam is lightweight but very sturdy. Holes are drilled into the slab wherever a lift is needed. These holes are no bigger than a dime and are easy to seal over. When a slab sinks its most likely because the soil beneath it was not properly packed before setting the concrete. Thus, environmentally the dirt is washed away and leaves a "void" which causes the slab to sink. Polyurethane is durable and can last for a very very long time (years) without needing a touch up. Polyurethane for me was the best way to go and a fast fix.