Slab jacking

What is Slab Jacking?

Over time, the foundation of a concrete slab may settle and compact
(1) As this happens, the concrete slab may shift and sink as well, leaving you with a problem. Slabjacking, or Mudjacking, as it is also known, is the process of repairing this fault by drilling 1 1/4 inch holes in the slab and injecting a slurry of lime, portland cement and water, under controlled pressure, to fill the voids left by the settled foundation

(2) Once the void is filled, the slurry ‘floats’ the slab back into position, repairing the problem

(3) By carefully controlling the pressure and proportions of materials used, we can ensure that the slab is placed precisely and ensure that the material won’t shrink or settle with time.

Once the slab is in place, we clean and patch the drilled holes

(4) Over time the patches blend in with the surrounding cement.

Residential

Driveways, Footpaths, Floors, Basements, Patios

Commercial

Sidewalks, Factory Floors, Foundations, Filling Underground Pipes and Ducts

Institutional

Walkways, Ramps, Streets, Floor Slabs. We would be pleased to drop by and give you a free evaluation and estimate to repair your settled slabs and foundations.