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Sinking concrete refers to the gradual downward movement or settling of concrete surfaces, such as sidewalks, driveways, patios, or foundations. It occurs when the soil beneath the concrete becomes unstable or undergoes changes that cause the concrete to sink or become uneven.

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Causes of Sinking Concrete:

1

Soil Erosion: When water runoff or poor drainage erodes the soil beneath the concrete, it creates voids or empty spaces. As the soil loses its support, the concrete above it sinks into these gaps.

2

Poor Soil Compaction: Inadequate compaction during the initial construction phase can lead to settling over time. If the soil beneath the concrete was not properly compacted, it may compress or shift, causing the concrete to sink.

3

Soil Consolidation: Certain types of soil, such as clay, can undergo consolidation or shrinkage due to changes in moisture content. This consolidation can cause the concrete to sink as the soil beneath it compresses.

4

Foundation Replacement: In severe cases where the foundation damage is extensive or beyond repair, complete foundation replacement may be necessary.

Signs of Sinking Concrete

Addressing Sinking Concrete:

To address sinking concrete, various repair methods can be employed, such as:

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