Regardless of whether you are building a new home or moving into one that's a decade old, you can still experience concrete problems with sinking and settling slabs. What should you do if you notice sagging concrete? This really isn't a problem that you should attempt fixing on your own, especially if you don't have the right tools or skills for the job! It's a much better idea to leave all the repair work to the professionals so you can be sure of a job well done.
When it comes to fixing sagging, damaged concrete, we can provide slab raising work for the following types of surfaces:
- Patios and porches
- Garage floors
- Pool decks
- Garden paths
- Basement floors
- Any other concrete surface!
Polyjacking - Raising Sagging Concrete
When it comes to fixing sagging concrete at your home, we make use of a process known as polyjacking. During the repair, we will first clean off the surface of the slab, and then drill tiny holes into it. Next, a special polyurethane foaming material will be inserted into the void beneath the slab. The force of the foam will easily be able to push the concrete back into position. The foam will expand and reach all areas underneath the concrete for the best repair possible. Then, we will fill and patch over the holes we drilled so that they match with the surrounding concrete. The foam will take about 15 minutes to cure, after which, you will be able to drive and walk over the slab like normal again.
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