An experienced Acculevel project manager will arrive at the property and perform a full inspection of any of the reported symptoms. Measurements, drawings and other details such as photographs may be taken. A contract outlining the proposed work will be provided.
Holes only slightly larger than a US dime are drilled into the concrete slab in strategic locations. Sometimes, slabjacking holes can be better hidden between grout lines.
A special injection gun is used to pump foam in a controlled manner underneath the concrete slab. The foam rapidly expands filling the void underneath the concrete and will cause lift.
Once the concrete has been measured and leveled, the small holes where the injection gun was used are patched with concrete and sealed. Any improperly extended downspouts or other triggers may need corrected to prevent further damage.
If you think you may need Slabjacking, it is possible you are experiencing some or all of the following symptoms. If you are not, these symptoms may appear over time if left untreated. It is not uncommon that a homeowner is requiring several services at once and may have symptoms that are inconsistent with the following graphic.
Cracked Interior Walls
Cracked Foundation Walls
Decreased HVAC Efficiency
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Subject to the terms and conditions of customer's contract with Acculevel, if the concrete slab is over 5 years old at the time Acculevel initially performs its work then if the concrete slab settles more than 1/4" inch within 5 years after Acculevel performs its work, then Acculevel will re-pump the void under the concrete slab, one additional time at no additional to the Customer. A re-pump consists of using the same holes originally used to pump and raise the concrete slab. Acculevel will not re-pump the concrete slab if: (i) the Customer does not seal all cracks and joints on the concrete slabs and maintain backfill along the concrete slabs involved, (ii) if resettling occurs as a result of flooding, or (iii) resettling occurs as a result of any other acts of God, as determined in Acculevel's sole discretion.
Warranty claims must be submitted in writing to Acculevel Inc. 9495 N. Waldron Rd. Rossville, IN 46065. Once a claim has been filed, a field representative will visit the structure to evaluate the failure described and cause of the failure and contact the manufacturer as to the claim. The component in question will be exposed and elevations recorded. In approximately one month the components will be re-evaluated and elevations recorded again. This will determine the necessary action to be taken to ensure the structure is supported properly. Acculevel has the sole discretion to determine replacement or adjustment under this warranty. This warranty is made in lieu of all other warranties expressed or implied, including but not limited to warranty of fitness for a particular purpose and warranty of merchantability, and of all other obligations on contractor's part. This is not a warranty for, and Acculevel has no liability for, direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages on any claim. The remedy provided in this warranty is customer's sole and exclusive remedy. Warranty is activated when final payment is received.
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