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Project Location: ViewCourt Park, Hickory, 28602
Project Location: 20TH AVE CT NE, Hickory, 28601
Comment: Looking to get an estimate on some minor mudjacking of driveway sab.
Project Location: Mahogany Lane, Hickory, 28602
Comment: Fill in a void
Project Location: 7th St Dr NE, Hickory, 28601
Comment: We have a 22' x 16' sunroom addition with a slab that needs to be leveled. Thank You.
Project Location: 9th Street Court Northwest, Hickory, 28601
Comment: Our driveway is sinking and cracking in places.
Project Location: 5th St Pl NE, Hickory, 28601
Comment: About 5x5 front porch stoop, sunk 12 inches in the front.
Project Location: Bethlehem MFG Ln, Hickory, 28601
Comment: One slab of driveway is low
Project Location: Waterfront Drive, Hickory, 28601
Comment: I have a portion of my sidewalk out front that is sagging due to undermining. I also have a portion of my driveway that's cracking due to the same issues. Wanted to get an idea of if/how this can be fixed and the costs involved.
Project Location: 17th Ave. Dr. NE, Hickory, 28601
Comment: Porch cracked and is sinking forward. Ceramic tile surface, split on a grout line, and front side has sunken down almost a full inch. Former builder assured us a gravel base would be as stable as a concrete and cinder block foundation. His work failed. Will this expand as it flows down into an 8' deep X 8' wide X 16' wide gravel bed?