While slab repair is an option if your slab is beginning to stress and crack, there is a more dangerous problem that we have a solution for: a sinking slab. If your slab is, literally, sinking in to the ground, you need to have it raised up immediately. A sinking slab can lead to serious structural issues, including warped floors and walls that are falling down. In the past, this results in the need for a brand new slab, but not anymore. Slabjacking is a process that we can use to lift up your slab, so that it becomes level once again.
Reasons for a Sinking Slab
How Slabjacking Works
Slabjacking works, in the most simple form, by pumping a leveling solution underneath your concrete slab, bringing it back up to a level base. Although this process sounds easy enough, it can be a lot of work and a very precise process needed. How we do this is that we drill strategically placed holes around your slab and then, using a pump and hose, we fill these holes with a special solution. The goal of this is to get the solution through the hole and underneath your slab so that the solution strengthens the ground upon which the slab is laid.