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Atlas Restoration’s Mission Statement

Atlas Restoration's Mission Statement Atlas Restoration LLC. is a family owned and operated business based in the Chicagoland area. For over 40 years Atlas has been the premier foundation repair and waterproofing contractor in the...

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Concrete Slab Curling

Concrete Slab Curling Curling is one of the most common defects found in a structure's floors. Slabs curl upward at joints, saw-cuts and edges. As forklifts pass over the joint, this loss of subgrade support...

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How to Eliminate Concrete Slab Curling

How to Eliminate Concrete Slab Curling Here's how Atlas Restoration tackles concrete slab curling: Movement is precisely measured at joints to assess severity of curling. Straight edges are also used to determine amount of curl....

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Atlas Polyurethane Slabjacking

Atlas Polyurethane Slabjacking Atlas Polyurethane Slabjacking is a process of injecting a high-density polyurethane under a slab to build up pressure and hydraulically lift the slab up to its original position. To learn more about...

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Crawl Liner Encapsulation vs Concrete Crawl Floors

Crawl Liner Encapsulation vs Concrete Crawl Floors I was recently asked about the pros and cons of crawl liners and concrete crawl floors. Considering that we have had many years of experience installing both of...

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Industrial and Warehouse Floor Repair

Industrial and Warehouse Floor Repair Most industrial floors take a lot of abuse. They’re subject to repeated heavy loads, hard wheel traffic, impact forces, abrasive wear, and aggressive chemicals. If floors haven’t been properly designed...

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Atlas Polyurethane Undersealing

Atlas Polyurethane Undersealing Using a high-density polyurethane material, Atlas can restore the compromised subgrade support by curling warehouse slabs as they improperly cure. Click on the following link to learn more about Atlas Polyurethane Undersealing...

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Slab Undersealing

Slab Undersealing Slab Undersealing is a process of pumping a cementious or polyurethane grout through holes cored in the slab. This grout flows under the slab and effectively fills any voids beneath the concrete slab....