1. The Liftech Story: Meet the Owners

    Many good friends can’t (or shouldn’t) work together. Too often, failed partnerships end in failed friendships. Fortunately for Liftech co-owners Darren Crotchett and Brian Lehnerz, their friendship has only grown stronger in the years since they decided to run a company together. Liftech, a company that specializes in repairing and stabilizing concrete, has literally become the cement (didja …Read More

  2. Help Me Understand: “How Long Will My Repair Last?”

    When we fix something, we want that fix to stick. So it’s only natural that you want to know you can count on Liftech’s polyurethane concrete repair solutions to last for the long term. In that spirit, today’s blog breaks down the question of how long you can expect that foam to last, the big picture of concrete repair, and what that all means for your warranty. That Foam Isn’t Going ANYWH…Read More

  3. RAISING STAMPED AND DECORATIVE CONCRETE

    A lot of people ask if Liftech Polyurethane Concrete Raising is a better fit for raising and stabilizing sunken stamped and decorative concrete than traditional mudjacking. The answer is…YES! Liftech is a better alternative to mudjacking when it comes to stamped and decorative concrete for several beneficial reasons: MORE PLEASING TO THE EYE! You have decorative concrete because you wanted to be…Read More

  4. IS YOUR CONCRETE LETTING YOU DOWN?

    COST-EFFECTIVE & PERMANENT CONCRETE REPAIRS ARE NOW AVAILABLE TO COLORADO HOMEOWNERS! The Spring thaw is right around the corner! Our soils are constantly moving, and with freezing, thawing, flooding and drought, those soils contract and expand causing nightmares for homeowners. You don’t have to visit many homes in the Front Range to see the damaging effects Mother Nature can wreak on concr…Read More

  5. TIPS FOR CHOOSING A GOOD CONCRETE LIFTING COMPANY

    WHEN HIRING A COMPANY FOR LIFTING AND LEVELING CONCRETE SURFACES, THE FOLLOWING ARE A FEW TIPS TO CONSIDER IN MAKING YOUR DECISION: 1. Look for a company with a great website. These are companies who know what it takes to get initial inquiries and are willing to pay for internet advertising. These companies pay monthly fees to maintain their site but are willing to make the sacrifice for good busi…Read More

  6. PROPER JOINT AND CRACK REPAIR

    I often get the question…What do I use to seal the cracks? All concrete cracks due to curing, expansion and contraction and temperature changes. There is no way to prevent it, however there are means to try to control where it cracks. When new concrete is poured, control joints (the lines in the concrete) are either cut or wet formed to encourage concrete to crack in designated areas. Sometimes …Read More

  7. MUDJACKING AND POLYURETHANE RAISING IN THE WINTER

    Work typically slows down in the winter time, here in Denver because folks are getting ready for the holidays and preparing for tax time, but the primary reason for the slow down is the cold weather. Potential customers aren’t giving much thought to cold whether projects, especially considering that the majority of concrete repair is done outside. Although most people aren’t thinking much abou…Read More