Raise Sunken Concrete Back To Level. Slab Jacking Is Safe, Cost Effective and Doesn't Require Breaking Up or Replacing the Concrete.
What is Slab Jacking?
Where Is Slab Jacking Used?
- Residential: Driveways, Footpaths, Floors, Basements, Patios.
- Commercial: Sidewalks, Factory Floors, Foundations, Filling Underground Pipes and Ducts.
- Institutional: Walkways, Ramps, Streets, Floor Slabs.
Concrete Slab Lifting Process
1: Concrete slab shifts and sinks, leaving you with a problem.
2: A hole is drilled in the slab to prepare it for the injection a slurry of lime, portland cement and water into the voids left by the settled foundation.
3: By controlling the pressure and proportions of materials, we ensure precise slab placement and material won’t shrink or settle with time.
4: Once the slab is in place, we clean and patch the drilled holes. Over time the patches blend in with the surrounding cement.
Slab Jacking creates minimal disruption
Slab Jacking retains texture and appearance
Slab Jacking is safe and cost effective
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