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How do you fix a dip and crack in garage concrete? Our garage has a crack and is dipping down.

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The highway department fixes this by drilling a hole and then pumping concrete under the concrete until it lifts up.

I suggest you contact local concrete company to see who does this type of pumping. I've seen them fix driveways.

Don't know how much it costs.

Posted on Oct 08, 2010


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