Concrete lifting is a practical, affordable solution for concrete repair. We can fix or repair nearly any concrete project using our Slabjacking lifting process. The Slabjacking process starts with strategically placed holes drilled in the concrete directly over any voids or sunken areas. A grout slurry consisting of clay and sand is then mixed and pumped into these locations, raising the concrete with as little as 6 psi line pressure. In order for Slabjacking to work effectively, at least a moderate level of structural integrity is necessary in the existing concrete slab. If there are full cracks through the slab it is still possible to achieve the desired results due to the control our crews have over the line pressure and slurry thickness.
Slabjacking is a fairly quick procedure that disturbs the surrounding area very little. A typical residential repair may require only a few hours to complete while a larger commercial job may take several days. Walkways or other areas with foot traffic may be used as soon as the repair is completed, while driveways or parking pads may require a waiting period of up to 24 hours.
We not only do concrete lifting and concrete leveling, but can also introduce fresh concrete anywhere it's needed for nearly any project you are working on. Through concrete pumping, a concrete pump machine is used for transferring liquid concrete by pumping it through a series of pipes.
The piece of equipment that we own and operate is called a concrete boom pump. This style of pump has a large boom that the concrete is pumped through to place the concrete in the desired location. The brand of concrete pump we use is a Putzmeister, model 28Z. This particular model allows for increased flexibility and maneuverability for even the most cramped sites. With this equipment we can offer quick, efficient, and reliable pumping that gets done in no time at all.