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Best Repair Methods for Sunken Concrete

Once you’ve noticed sunken concrete on your property, whether it’s on your pavement or driveway, it’s likely all that you can notice. And you worry that it’s a safety concern for you and your neighbors. This, of course, makes you want to find the best repair methods...

A Letter from the Team at KC Waterproofing

There is no denying that COVID-19 is a part of our daily lives.   At KC Waterproofing, our clients are a part of the project successes and are a part of the KC Waterproofing family. And even though things are changing, we still strive for that to continue moving...

What is Mudjacking and Concrete Leveling?

Whether it’s for aesthetic appeal or for safety, keeping your property in good condition is a must for homeowners in Kansas City. You want your home to stand out from the others in your neighborhood. And you want to ensure every visitor to your home is safe. Raised...

Why Fix Your Sunken Concrete with Mudjacking?

Mudjacking, also known as concrete leveling, is a process that is performed to mend uneven concrete surfaces. It involves flattening the ground beneath the sunken concrete to improve its inadequacies. Many contractors choose this procedure when concrete settling and...

5 Major Attributes Contributing to your Kansas City Home Value

There are so many factors that go into the value of your Kansas City Metro area home, neighborhoods, interest rates, schools, etc. All of these are outside of your control. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t things you can do to ensure you are keeping your home ready...

Sticking Windows Mean Foundation Repair in Belton

This job study focuses on a project in Belton, MO on May 21st, 2018. Keith’s crew arrived at the job site and started work on foundation repair. The windows on the property were not shutting properly, and there was separation from the concrete flooring on the inside...

Basement Waterproofing – What You Need to Know

Many homes in the Kansas City area have basements. Whether you use yours for storage of bulky items or an extra living space, your basement is susceptible to a unique set of problems, particularly from water damage.