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Just 20 minutes from Denver, along the technology corridor of U.S. Highway 36, sits Broomfield Colorado. It is an ideal place to call home for those looking to enjoy the beauty of Colorado’s outdoors and have a quick commute to their office. Residents enjoy expansive open spaces and trails, shopping at Flatiron Crossing, or catching a concert, circus or rodeo at the 1st Bank Center. As with many locales in the greater Denver area, Broomfield has experienced large growth periods over the past century – also known as the recipe for quickly constructed homes with poorly compacted soils. When you add a high content of porous clay to these soils, it won’t take long for you to notice that your concrete is settling or sinking. If you need immediate concrete repair services, contact the professionals at Liftech today!

Concrete porch in need of repair

Concrete Raising For Basements, Porches & Driveways in Broomfield

Uneven concrete in and around your home or commercial property can cause a huge safety hazard to your family and visitors. Instead of waiting for someone to get hurt, it may be beneficial to invest in concrete raising services. At Liftech, we use polyurethane to stabilize the underlying soil of your concrete without disrupting the surrounding landscape. If you are a Broomfield resident and your concrete is sinking, give us a call for a cost-effective and advanced alternative to replacement or mudjacking!

Foundation Repair Experts in Broomfield

Many homes and commercial businesses in Broomfield were constructed on expansive clay and loose soil, which are just a few potential causes of structural failure. Older homes or homes that don’t have additional structural support such as helical piers and wall anchors, are often adversely impacted by high levels of expansion and contraction in the soils over time. If you’ve noticed cracks in your foundation or bowing and leaning walls, contact the professionals at Liftech today!


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