Illinois Concrete Repair Done Right!

Structural Foundation Repair. Settled Concrete Raising. Water Proofing. The Oldest and Most Experienced Foundation Repair and Slab-Jacking Specialists in North Central Illinois!

With over 25 years of industry experience, Davis & Sons Concrete are professional concrete contractors offering quality concrete raising and leveling services throughout North Central Illinois and outer Chicago suburb’s. We do basement wall replacement and straightening, waterproofing and foundation underpinning. Locally owned and operated, we offer quality workmanship and customer service. We strive to meet your expectations. Our polite and professional staff are always ready to answer your questions, so don’t hesitate to give us a call.

We proudly serve all of North Central Illinois, Rockford and the outer suburbs.

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I have been working with Eric for years and I am constantly impressed with his professionalism, work ethic and can-do attitude. The work he did in our basement was top-notch and it kept us dry this spring.

Dayton / Ottawa Resident (Water Management)

Meet Eric Davis


Eric Davis has over 25 years of experience in concrete fixing and slabjacking. His company Davis & Sons Concrete 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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"I have known Eric for years and admire his work ethic. We are satisfied clients and highly recommend DCC."

AJ Hauser (Basement Water Control), Ottawa Illinois

Concrete Repair

Concrete RepairMud-jacking, slab-jacking or concrete raising – whatever you prefer to call it, all these terms refer to the same concrete repair process that fixes uneven and sloped cement slabs. During the concrete raising process, a slurry mixture is hydraulically pumped under a settled slab filling in the hollow areas and ultimately raising it back to its original position. Concrete Repair Information >>

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Foundation Repair

Foundation RepairIf you think your home can’t fall apart at the seams, literally, think again. Visible cracks, gaps and misalignment in your home’s foundation means it has settled into the surrounding soil. Any signs of foundation settling should be cause for alarm for any homeowner, but it shouldn’t be a major deal because the issues can be repaired rather easily. Foundation Repair Information >>

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Basement Wall Repair

Basement Wall RepairThere are many basement wall straightening methods used today, but unfortunately, many of them fail to permanently remedy the problem, and many of them have major drawbacks that make them poor choices for basement wall repair. With more than 20 years’ experience in concrete repair and basement wall straightening in Spring Valley, IL, we have discovered that one of the best ways to adequately repair bowed basement walls is with the I-Beam Method. This method permanently braces or straightens damaged basement walls to restore your home’s integrity and value. Basement Wall Repair Information >>

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Helical Piers

Helical PiersBowed and cracked basement walls are signs that the foundation of your house has settled. It’s a common problem faced by homeowners that should be addressed as soon as possible. If left untreated, this problem can lead to even more costly repairs, structural damage of the home itself and can even lessen the value of the home. The good news is, a bowed basement walls are rather easy to repair using Helical Piers, or more specifically, the A.B. CHANCE Anchoring System. Helical Piers Information >>

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WaterproofingThere are many reasons water can leak into your home. One of the main causes of water leaks is hydrostatic pressure, or excess moisture around the foundation of your home. Long or hard periods of rainfall can significantly increase the hydrostatic pressure against the foundation of your home as the water drains below the soil’s surface. Another cause of increased pressure is having rain gutters draining too close to the foundation.. Waterproofing Information >>

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