When to Repair, When to Replace: Signs to Look for

When Seeing If Your Concrete is DamagedAs you review concrete areas of your home, you may find yourself asking the question: ‘should my concrete be repaired or replaced?’ From driveways to sidewalks, patios, and walkways, it is quite common to see concrete used in several exterior areas of the home. Over time, concrete can begin … Continued

Mudjacking and Slabjacking: How This Can Be Utilized After a Storm

Concrete is a material used to create several aspects of the home, including the foundation, a basement, driveway, sidewalks, and more. Concrete is a durable material and if installed correctly, can last for decades. Yet, even with good installation, problems can still exist. When heavy rains occur over a period of time or severe flooding … Continued

Best Practices for Attaching Wood to Concrete

Concrete is a sturdy material that is used in several ways throughout the home. From patios and porches to sidewalks, you most likely have concrete in some form or fashion. The material is so durable, that it may seem impossible to connect it to other materials, such as wood. However, it can be done! Knowing … Continued

Reiterating waterproofing concerns

Waterproofing is a building technique that involves the use of materials to prevent water from penetrating walls and floors. Waterproofing concerns can include water collecting in the basement, causing mold and mildew, water damage to the foundation, and more. Waterproofing concerns can be fixed by using a waterproofing professional to install a system that will … Continued

What to Look Out For In a New House When Relocating

Moving into a new place is a big deal, and it can be an expensive process. So, when you’re considering renting or buying a home, you want to make sure that the home is in good shape and has no major problems. Especially when you’re moving into a new house or apartment, there are some … Continued

Preventative Maintenance in Construction

In construction, preventive maintenance is crucial to the success of any project. It helps to maintain the quality and workability of a construction site. If the industry is not maintained properly, it can lead to a delay in production and an increase in costs, which will eventually affect the profitability of the project. It is … Continued

Prepping Concrete before a Project

Prepping concrete is the process by which you prepare an area of concrete before beginning a project. This might involve removing stains, getting rid of old paint, or even just cleaning the surface. Prepping concrete before a project is a key to making the most of your investment. If you don’t take the time to … Continued

When Is it a “Simple Fix” and When Do You Call Us? 

Sometimes it can be difficult for the untrained eye to tell just how serious a given problem with their home might be. It is especially true when it comes to issues with the foundation upon which it sits. In addition to the fact that many homeowners aren’t sure what warrants a minor repair and a … Continued

The Dangers Of Letting It Go When You Find Damaged Concrete In Your Home

You can use concrete to beautify your house. You should never forget that concrete also involves certain dangers and problems. Some of these problems include construction errors, disintegration, and scaling which means concrete starts to chip off in small fragments. This can lead to structural damage to your concrete structure. Efflorescence causes the concrete in … Continued

Learn More About Concrete & Sustainability

Sustainability is vital in any business so as a contractor it’s important to come up with a strategy that helps you save on your materials and time so that you can increase your profits. One of the most important areas you have to focus on is learning how to cut down on waste and making … Continued

Meet Eric Davis


Eric Davis has over 25 years of experience in concrete fixing and slabjacking. His company Davis Concrete Correctors has proudly served all of North Central Illinois, Rockford and the outer suburbs - and he would love to hear from you!

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