Thornton Colorado is the closest city to Denver International Airport. With almost 1,000 acres of developed parks and recreation areas, 230 acres of open space and its very own 144-acre, 72-par public golf course. These combined with the vibrant home town festivals that the town hosts, make Thornton a wonderful place to live. Thornton is no stranger to concrete settling issues associated with shifting and loose soils. As with many locales in the greater Denver area, Thornton has experienced explosive growth periods over the past century – the recipe for quickly constructed homes with poorly compacted soils. Add a high content of porous clay to those soils which is typical up and down the Front Range, and it doesn’t take long for your concrete to settle and sink as those soils settle in again over time. Foundations, walkways, driveways, garages, porches, patios, basements and virtually any flatwork or concrete within and around the perimeter of your home are susceptible to failure! If you are a Thornton resident and your concrete is sinking, give us a call for a cost-effective and advanced alternative to replacement or mudjacking!