Dunwoody Concrete Company
Slabjacking is a method to restore or repair un-level concrete surfaces, or to prop up sunken slabs of concrete.
Slabjacking is a technique for repairing sunken concrete that has settled into poorly compacted ground or material beneath it. The procedure is actually quite straightforward.
Following a quick inspection, we will inject either a foam or concrete mix beneath the sinking concrete. This filler enters the void beneath the concrete and expands or fills the empty space. The material begins to elevate the concrete slab or portion above it as it enters and masses. The procedure is repeated until the concrete is level and no longer inclined or sunken. We let the concrete or filler dry, double-check the job for structural integrity, and call it a day. We've completed our task. Slabjacking is a great solution for concrete that is still in good shape but has settled below its original installation location. The service is rapid and efficient, and it will aid in the restoration of concrete work. The method can also be used on driveways in conjunction with overlays.