Concrete Raising (Slabjacking)

Posted on Mar 10, 2014

Sinking or sunken concrete slab along a level floor or pathway not only appears unsightly but also is a tripping hazard.

Fortunately, you can raise the slab so it falls in line with the surrounding concrete.  This procedure is called slabjacking.  This process of hydraulically lifting concrete involves pumping grout mix into holes drilled into the sunken concrete and float the area back into place. After the slabs are lifted, the access holes are patched and the work is complete.

This proven technique which has been in use for over 30 years is environmentally safe and is used in industrial and residential applications.