Burien Concrete Company
Slabjacking is a method to restore or repair un-level concrete surfaces, or to prop up sunken slabs of concrete.
Slabjacking is the process used to fix sunken concrete, which has begun to settle into poorly compacted dirt or material underneath the concrete.
The process is actually incredibly simple. After a quick assessment, we will inject either a foam or concrete mix underneath the piece of concrete that is sinking. This filler enters the void under the concrete, and begins to either expand or occupy empty space. As the material enters and masses, it begins to lift up the concrete slab or section above it. The process continues until the concrete rests where it should, and is no longer slanted or sunken.
We let the concrete or filler dry, ensure the work is structurally sound, and that’s it. We’re done. Slabjacking is an ideal solution for concrete that is intact and undamaged, but that has sunken below it’s initial install point. The service is quick, effective, and will help restore concrete work. The process can also be employed on driveways and paired with overlays.