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Cracked Sidewalk Repair


Cracks in your sidewalk not only detract from its appearance but can also indicate deeper issues with the underlying foundation. At APD Foundation Repair, we specialize in assessing and repairing sidewalk cracks to restore the beauty and safety of your outdoor space. Our expert team provides effective solutions to prevent further damage and ensure the longevity of your sidewalk area. Read below to learn about the common causes of sidewalk cracks and our professional repair services.


Diagnosing A

Cracked Sidewalk


Cracked sidewalks can indicate more than just surface damage; they often signal deeper foundation issues. Our comprehensive diagnostic process at APD Foundation Repair involves a detailed inspection to identify the root causes of the cracks. We utilize state-of-the-art equipment and techniques to assess the extent of the damage and the underlying factors contributing to it.

By examining soil conditions, drainage patterns, and potential tree root interference, we develop a clear understanding of what is causing the cracks. This thorough diagnosis allows us to create a tailored repair plan that addresses the specific needs of your sidewalk, ensuring long-term stability and safety.

Trust APD Foundation Repair to not only repair the visible cracks but also to resolve the underlying issues, preventing future damage and maintaining the integrity of your property.


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What Causes

Cracks In Sidewalk?


Understanding the potential causes of cracks in sidewalks and concrete can help homeowners identify, treat, and prevent future issues from arising.

Heavy Rain & Flooding

Heavy rain and flooding can cause soil expansion and contraction, leading to cracks and uneven surfaces in your sidewalk.

Tree Roots

Tree roots can grow underneath your sidewalk, exerting pressure that leads to cracks and structural damage.

Soil Settling

As soil settles over time, it can create voids under your sidewalk, resulting in cracks or an uneven surface showing up in the sidewalk.

Soil Erosion

Soil erosion from water runoff can remove the support underneath your sidewalk, causing it to crack and become unstable.

Cold Temperature

Freezing and thawing cycles can cause the concrete in your sidewalk to expand and contract, leading to cracks.

Poor Initial Installation

Improper installation techniques can leave your sidewalk vulnerable to cracks and structural issues from the start.

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Are Cracks In My
Sidewalk Serious?


Addressing cracks, uneven surfaces, and other damages on the sidewalk promptly is essential for several reasons. Here's why you might want to keep an eye on the cracks in your concrete.

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Prevent Further Damage

Without proper repairs, existing damage will worsen over time. Small cracks allow water to penetrate and damage the steel rebar inside, leading to more extensive cracking. Fixing cracks at the first sign can prevent escalation and additional costs.

Ensure Safety

Cracking and uneven concrete on the sidewalk create safety hazards for users. Effective repairs eliminate tripping hazards and potential injuries.

Avoid Expensive Repairs
The more damage occurs, the more extensive and costly the repairs will be. It is more cost-effective to fix minor issues now than to replace the entire sidewalk later.

Enhance Property Value
Cracks and deterioration negatively affect the appearance of your property. Quick repairs help maintain aesthetic appeal and structural integrity.

For a comprehensive solution to cracked sidewalks, rely on APD. Our specialized, signature treatments are crafted with unmatched accuracy and efficiency, surpassing typical market products.


Other Issues That Come with Cracked Sidewalks

Cracks in your sidewalk can be signs of various other structural problems around your property. Understanding these issues helps homeowners identify potential threats early and determine the right course of action for repair. Read below to learn more about common problems that come with sidewalk cracks and their solutions.


How To Fix
Cracks In Sidewalk


Repairing cracks in your sidewalk involves a meticulous process to ensure long-lasting results. Here's how we approach it:







Our team thoroughly examines your sidewalk to identify the damage and determine the optimal repair plan, including ideal lifting points.


Drill Holes and Insert Ports

We drill small, penny-sized holes in the affected areas and insert custom injection ports to access the area beneath the slab.


Mix and Inject Foam

We blend the proprietary components of our high-density polyurethane foam and pump it beneath the concrete through the injection ports.


Foam Expansion and Lifting

The foam rapidly expands and hardens within 15 minutes, filling voids and gently lifting the concrete slab back into place.


Seal and Maintain

We remove the injection ports, patch the access holes, seal all cracks and joints to prevent water intrusion, and recommend periodic maintenance for long-term durability.

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If you're concerned about the integrity of sidewalk, contact us today to schedule an evaluation with our expert team at APD Foundation Repair.

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