Peterborough – Concrete Raising

Posted on May 7, 2014

This technique is also called “Slab-jacking “. The slab is floated back into place by pumping a mixture of sand, cement and other additives beneath the slab. Holes are drilled strategically using a portable pump. This method is often less than half the cost of the replacement of a new slab and can be typically accomplished in a few hours.