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Concrete Raising Corp.
Texas, USA
# of reviews:  3
Texas, USA
Victor Parisian or Daniel Chriss
10118 Moers Rd.
Houston, TX 77075

About Us

“Concrete Raising Corporation of Houston (CRC) with over 50 years of experience specializes in raising leveling, void filling and stabilizing settled concrete. The technique, which was originated in the 1930s, and commonly called Slabjacking or Pressure Grouting is making an important comeback in todays concrete repair market. Modern equipment and innovative techniques have brought Slabjacking back to the forefront of settled concrete repair. With todays high cost of replacing concrete and environmental concerns, Pressure Grouting can reduce repair cost from 50% to 70% over the cost of replacement and 20% to 30% over the cost of a polyurethane injection method. Slabjacking is quick, easy cost effective and environmental superior.”

Review Date: 2017-10-13 10:48:58
“We are delighted to have Concrete Raising Corporation to raise the concrete level at our side walks at Park Plaza, 406 W Grand Parkway, Katy, on July 19, 2017.
Their team is very professional and friendly. They cleanup the site after the job was finished.
We appreciated the service of CRC very much. “

- Rosie

Review Date: 2007-12-10 20:21:01
My drive way was in good shape other than a few inches of sinking on about 3 slabs. CRC came out and assessed the problem, gave me an estimate of less than $800 (I was expecting more to repave the drive way)and then fixed it within a day. This was in April 2007. Other than a few spots of "different concrete color", it looks great.
- lintrash

Review Date: 2006-05-08 00:40:29
Our neighbors driveway was sinking - these guys fixed the problem without tearing up the entire concrete structure - they raised and leveled the section with high-pressure concrete injections. Its now been almost 6 mos, and the job looks signs of further movement. Only evidence was several white'ish spots on the ground where you could see they injected the concrete...but it was patched over with fresh concrete. A definite alternative to consider vs tearing everything up.
- Lonestar