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Garage Floors vs. Suspended Garage Floors

A typical garage floor is found in most residential homes. It typically sits directly on dirt or gravel and doesn't have any space underneath it.

In contrast, a suspended garage floor, also known as a structurally engineered garage floor, has a room beneath it. These are common in homes throughout the Twin Cities area and are built to provide additional living space or storage space. However, over time, factors like salt from vehicles or climate can cause decay and weaken the concrete.

Replacing a regular garage floor is relatively straightforward – you remove the old concrete and lay down a new one on properly graded fill. Replacing a suspended garage floor is more complex. It involves shoring up the space below, installing new beams and rods, and ensuring everything meets building codes according to an engineer's report. Pouring the floor is also more involved. Don't worry, though. We're here to help. We can assess your garage floor and provide honest advice on the best way to repair it.

Step Repair

Our team presents various options for step repair, engaging in discussions about the necessity of replacement or the feasibility of overlaying to save costs. It's crucial to recognize that overlaying may not be suitable in every case, and there are situations where replacement is essential. While we can efficiently patch crumbling steps for a budget-friendly solution, it's important to note that this may not provide the same longevity as installing entirely new steps. Our commitment to open communication ensures homeowners are well-informed, guiding them in making decisions that align with both aesthetic preferences and financial considerations.


An apron refers to the concrete area in front of your garage door. We specialize in the removal and replacement or installation of new concrete aprons. The purpose of having an apron is to alleviate some of the weight on the front garage foundation blocks, which can erode over time. Our team ensures the stability of your blocks, and if repairs are necessary, we bring it to the homeowner's attention, discussing available options. We prioritize thoroughness and open communication to maintain the integrity of your garage foundation.

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