If you need a concrete driveway repair specialist in the Dallas, Texas, area, look no further than FoamWorks. We’re able to repair a variety of cement-related issues, such as potholes, pitted or spalled cement, and cracked concrete. As a part of your regular concrete maintenance plan, we can ensure that you get the most out of your cement surfaces for years to come.

Our concrete driveway repair services restore your driveway appeal, improve property value, increase safety, and prevent possible damage to vehicles. Whether you’ve got severely cracked concrete or just a few hairline fractures, we’re here to help. To get started on your driveway repair and restoration contact us today for a free estimate.

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Solve Your Driveway Repair Problems

One of the biggest problems that homeowners and property managers face when it comes to driveway repair is the issue of sinking or settling concrete. This can be caused by a variety of factors, such as soil erosion, water damage, and freeze-thaw cycles. Not only does sinking concrete look unsightly, but it can create tripping hazards and make it difficult for vehicles to drive over.

At FoamWorks, we use a cutting-edge technique called polyurethane foam injection to raise and level your sinking concrete. This process involves injecting a specially formulated foam into the ground beneath the concrete, which expands and lifts the slab back to its original position. Unlike traditional concrete lifting methods, polyurethane foam injection is fast, efficient, and requires minimal excavation, making it an ideal solution for busy homeowners. Polyurethane foam injection is extremely durable and long-lasting. The foam we use is designed to resist water, freeze-thaw cycles, and other environmental factors, ensuring that your driveway stays level and stable for years to come.


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Have A Few More Questions?

Wide cracks in concrete sideways are often remedied by sealing or patching the cracks with a concrete patching element. Mix the patching compounds with water and apply with a trowel.

Broken concrete sideways is best repaired by filing the broken parts if the other driveway parts are in good condition. 

A cracked, uneven concrete driveway with minor surface cracks can best be repaired by filling them with concrete repair caulk. 

You can repair expansion joints in the concrete driveway in the following steps:

  • Clean the area
  • Dig and remove old materials in the joints
  • Clean the joints between slabs well with a wet-dry vacuum
  • Apply a bonding adhesive to the joints
  • Put a foam backer rod into it
  • Seal the joint block the place to avoid people walking on the repaired joints until the sealant dries
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