1. What Kind of Concrete Repair Works Best?

    If you have concrete that is cracked or starting to sink, you probably wonder what your concrete repair options are. While it might seem like there should be a simple answer, concrete repair can be a complicated matter that can be taken care of in several ways. In this blog, we will cover why concre…Read More

  2. Keep Your Pool Area Safe With Concrete Lifting

    Owning a pool is one of life’s great pleasures. Not only can you use it to relax and exercise, it’s also a great place to throw parties for nearly any summer occasion. With so much fun comes a lot of responsibility, though. Making sure that your pool is clean and safe for people to be around can…Read More

  3. When Should I Repair My Concrete?

    Deciding on when you need to make any repairs to your home can take a lot of time and be fraught with doubt and worry. You know that in order for your home to keep growing equity and to be valuable enough to sell (if you want to sell it at any point) that you need to keep it safe and looking great. …Read More

  4. How Concrete Lifting Can Fix Your Sinking Basement Floor

    Whether your basement is your retreat away from the chaos of the rest of the world or it’s the largest storage area in your home, it’s an important space that often doesn’t get the attention it deserves until something goes wrong. Basements tend to be the area most likely to flood in your home…Read More

  5. What Causes Concrete to Sink?

    With our many years of experience repairing concrete through concrete lifting, we’ve see a lot of sunken concrete in a lot of different places. While it might seem hard to believe that concrete would be able to sink so much over time, it isn’t too surprising once you understand exactly how it ca…Read More

  6. A Short History of Concrete

    Most people think that concrete is simply pulverized rock mixed with water that is then spread and allowed to dry. While that’s basically how concrete is created, there is a lot more to it than that. Diving into how concrete is made requires us to look back at how and when humans first started usi…Read More

  7. Improve the Safety of Your Property

    If you’ve got concrete that has started to sink or jut up in random spots, you know how frustrating, even dangerous, it can be to try and do things as simple as walk on your sidewalk or move things in and out of your garage. Maybe you’ve been able to catch yourself from falling so far, but there…Read More

  8. Concrete Lifting vs. Replacement

    Have you just moved into your home and realized that the cracks in your driveway, garage, or on your sidewalk are worse than you first thought? Or have you been at your home for a while and just recently noticed that your concrete steps are starting to sink? You may have an air or water pocket under…Read More

  9. Reimagine Your Garage However You Want!

    Most people use their garage for keeping their cars safe from the elements, but if you have other ideas for the space, such as a home gym or a workshop, a level floor is a must-have. If the floor is cracked or uneven, it can make for a less-than-ideal workout area or workspace. At B&B Concrete L…Read More

  10. Help Water Drain Off Your Driveway

    If your driveway is cracked or uneven, the possibility of standing water can be significantly increased. Water may run to the middle of the concrete, instead of running off into the street as it should. This can create a number of problems, including cars with wet or muddy tires being driven into y…Read More