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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 Atlas Polyurethane Slabjacking click on this link:

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. Movement greater than .015 inches is severe enough to cause deterioration three to four times as fast as normal. Restoring sub grade support is the key to the repair.
  • Holes are drilled on each side of the joint where curling has occurred.
  • A high-density polyurethane grout is pumped in under low pressure to fill voids beneath curled edges.
  • Surface restoration consists of removing the distressed concrete, reconstructing slab edges with polymer concrete and reestablishing the joint. These repairs often include grinding the surface to improve rideability and replacing damaged joint sealant material.
  • Work is most commonly done at night and on weekends to avoid disruption to normal warehouse operations. 

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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 causes slab movement. Joint edges deteriorate, cracks in the slab develop and wires embedded in concrete for automatic guidance systems may break. The amount of differential movement from one side of the joint to the other is directly related to the speed of floor deterioration.

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Is The Crack In My Basement or Crawl Space A Sign Of A Structural Problem?

At Atlas Restoration we see thousands of cracks a year, the majority of which are not the result of structural movement. Most cracks are simply shrinkage cracks that are subject to seepage but pose no structural threat to your home. Untreated, however, some cracks can cause severe damage to the structure.

Here are some of the telltale signs of a crack problem in your home:

  • Visible cracks are significantly wider at the top than at the bottom; the crack is offset and not on a smooth plane
  • Cracking in interior walls in the upstairs of your home
  • Doors or windows in your home don't shut easily 
  • Exterior brickwork of your home is cracked or bulging
  • Floors in your home are not level 

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Atlas Restoration Receives A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau

Atlas Restoration is pleased to announce an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau of Chicago and Northern Illinois!

Earlier this year the Better Business Bureau of Chicago and Northern Illinois introduced a new rating system. Using a proprietary computerized formula, it assigns to every company in its database a letter grade (from A+ to F). The system takes into account 17 factors such as a company's customer comments, number of years in business and advertising standards. The Council of Better Business Bureaus tested this rating system for over two years before making it the standard for all BBB's to follow. 

Simply Put: When you go with Atlas Restoration, you go with the best. 

Atlas Restoration's Mission Statement

Atlas Restoration LLC. is a family owned and operated business based in the Chicagoland area. For over 30 years Atlas has been the premeir foundation repair and waterproofing conctractor in the region. Even after 30 years our motto remains "not the biggest, simply the best" and we strive daily to live up to this expectation. We offer the personalized service, project development and installation unmatched by the more "volumne orientated" contractors out there. See our website: