If you need concrete leveling in Littleton, CO, Premier Concrete Raising Pros is the best concrete lifting company on the front range. We can come out to your Littleton home to give a no cost, hassle free estimate of what it will cost to raise your sunk concrete compared to replacing it. And we think you’ll like what we have to say.

When you schedule your project with us, we will come out on a day and time that works for both you and us and can have the project done typically within one day. And you can use the concrete repaired surface almost immediately after we are finished.

Our foam that we use to jack your concrete back to being level is the best on the market today. It is 95% hydrophobic and so strong it can even lift an airport runway.

Our customer service can’t be beat as well. We strive to be the friendliest, most knowledgeable, and professional concrete contractor you’ve ever had the pleasure of dealing with in Littleton, CO. We know the Littleton area very well and can get your project done for probably half the cost of replacing. Give us a call today to set up your free at home estimate.

History And Facts of Littleton

Here are some facts about Littleton, CO that you may find interesting.

Littleton, CO stretches between three different counties in the Denver Metro area. These are Arapahoe, Jefferson, and Douglas counties. The history of Littleton goes back to gold rush days when many settlers came out to Colorado in search of gold or to become merchants selling tools to the gold seekers, or to farm the area.

Richard Sullivan Little was an engineer from the east coast who came out to Colorado to work on irrigation systems. He settled in what is now Littleton with his wife, Angela in 1862. By the year of 1890, Littleton had grown to 245 people and they all voted to incorporate to the town of Littleton.

By 2020, there are now over 45,000 residents of Littleton. It sits just over 5300 feet in elevation, is home to many parks, trails, shopping, dining, art galleries, boutique shops, and other outdoor fun. A great place to raise a family and call home.

Littleton, CO Landmarks And Attractions

Littleton Museum

6028 S Gallup St, Littleton, CO 80120

Sitting on 40 acres by Ketring Lake, the museum has three exhibition galleries, an interactive gallery for children, a lecture hall, research center, and two 19th-century living history farm sites. The museum connects the past of Littleton to the present. One of the farms is a 1860 Homestead farm and the other is an 1890’s turn of the century urban farm showing how the residents of Littleton worked and lived in its early years.

Museum staff and volunteers dress up in time period outfits while working on the farm, in the blacksmith shop and while teaching in the one room school house. This gives guests an experience of what it was like on a homestead farm and primitive town. The art galleries offer pictures, artifacts, and graphics to show guests more about the time period.

The museum is for everyone in the family! Kids can play and learn in the interactive and hands on areas and mom and dad can learn about the history from the art galleries, research center (which houses books, manuscripts, maps, and photographs) and lecture hall.

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South Platte Park and Carson Nature Center

3000 W Carson Dr, Littleton, CO 80120

A natural oasis within the city limits of Littleton that sits on 880 acres of open space along the South Platte River and the Mary Carter Greenway Trail.

Visitors can be on the water by fishing in the lakes, or kayaking through the gentle or rapids water. You can cycle, walk or run on the many natural surface trails. There are even many classes, events, and programs to be involved in while at the park and nature center.

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Colorado Journey Miniature Golf

5150 S Windermere St, Littleton, CO 80120

Fun for the whole family! This Colorado mini golf experience has 2 – 18 hole golf courses modeled after Colorado landmarks like the Garden of the Gods, Mesa Verde, the Conestoga Pass, and the Florissant Fossil Beds.

A part of the South Suburban Parks and Recreation department, you can putt your way through natural elements. Rock formations, native flora, streams and ponds bring this mini golf experience to life and make you keenly aware you are playing mini golf in the great state of Colorado.

You can host a birthday party here, meet your friends, or bring your entire family out to play. You can rent equipment, reserve the pavilion, and buy snacks from the snack stand. And it is connected to other great Cornerstone Park amenities. Come out and play!

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