Concrete raising and repair is typically less than 1/2 the cost of replacement. Concrete raising and repair is minimally invasive to surrounding grass and landscaping, and can be mixed to closely match your current concrete color.
Discreet holes are drilled through the sunken slabs.
Stabilizing material is injected under the slab, raising it to the desired height.
The holes are patched with concrete.
We have the solution to uneven concrete around your home. Acculevel’s concrete raising process (also called slabjacking) lifts unsupported concrete to its original strength and stability with minimal cosmetic change. Our process for repairing sinking concrete will save you time and money over concrete replacement alternatives.
The polyurethane foam makes use of the concrete slab itself in order to deliver the poly foams that fill voids, raise the concrete, and stabilize the underlying soil. A 5/8" hole is first drilled into the concrete slab, then a delivery port is installed into that hole. An injection gun is then attached which allows for the delivery of the polyurethane through the slab. The injected material expands rapidly within seconds, compressing any loose soil and raising the concrete.
The process is achieved through incremental injections, observing and monitoring the expansion of the foam for a few seconds before continuing to inject any additional material. Our method is precise, fast, and effective, with a fast clean up compared to alternative methods such as mudjacking.
Slabjacking is a process where discreet holes are drilled through a sunken concrete slab so that stabilizing foam material can be injected underneath. The stabilizing foam is completely safe and can lift concrete back into it's original position by filling voids caused by erosion. The holes are then patched, leaving a more refined finish compared to other techniques such as mudjacking.
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