Settled interior concrete, Slabjack Geotechnical fixes that!

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Whether it be a settled concrete warehouse floor, an office building or a home like the picture above Slabjack Geotechnical can help.

Pictured above is a floor that settled before the walls were even up. In this case construction was delayed and snow and rain saturated the soil resulting in settling.

The solution was Slab jack Geotechnical polyurethane concrete raising and slab undersealing. Only Slabjack Geotechnical carries multiple polymer reactivities on our rigs. Why is this better? A lifting foam coupled with a void fill foam results in superior coverage under the slab, less possibility of slab fracturing and far less resettlement.

The competition can’t compare. Whether it be Mudjacking or another Poly Slabjacker no one does what we do coupled with the experience we have, no one.

When the time comes for slab repair call the experts,

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Washington Idaho and Oregon commercial Slabjacking

Washington Idaho and Oregon Commercial Slabjacking
Washington Idaho and Oregon Commercial Slabjacking

Washington Idaho and Oregon Commercial Slabjacking.

Slabjack Geotechnical serves the entire state of Washington doing concrete Slabjacking and pressure grouting for commercial, Municipal and industrial markets. We also serve the Portland OR. Metro market as well as northern Idaho.

Since 2011 we have offered Geo-Polymer injection exclusively.

Slab lifting, slab stabilization, void filling, trench breaks, under-sealing ditches and culverts, repairing slab curl issues and sealing many thousands of feet of joints and cracks is what we do.

If you have grown tired of the other guys outrageous prices give Slabjack Geotechnical a call,

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Superior technology, Superior polymers, Superior results.

 

Frustrating concrete leveling contractor getting you down? Try Slabjack Geotechnical

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We recently had our floors refinished and while the end result was beautiful the company made the  buying experience frustrating. They took forever to send our estimate to us, didn’t follow up after the estimate, never answered their phone, kept us waiting without a callback and they left several rags on our lawn.

Bad experiences or less than satisfactory ones are very common with contractors for a variety of reasons but the most common are a result of one guy trying to do it all so calls are not answered or returned in a timely manner and communication suffers.

1-855-752-2522 has made many changes over the years to make buying from us as easy as possible, we want your business. Because of that we are continually refining our processes. Our aim is to exceed your expectations through the following;

1. A well trained, polite office staff to answer calls, make appointments and answer questions. We staff our office 8-5 Monday through Friday. No more feeling ignored and endlessly waiting for a return call.

2. We schedules estimates, have a no pressure sales process and offer several payment options. We don’t poke around your home or business when you aren’t there unless you ask us to. Not only do we take your personal check and credit cards we offer financing with a short five minute call for those larger projects.

3. A well trained sales and production staff. Our sales staff has on average over six years of estimating experience, we know our stuff. Same with production, we’ve seen just about every issue so you can rest assured of a quality outcome. We aren’t sending out rookies without a clue that will thrash your concrete.

4. A superior warranty and a warranty reminder a year later. This warranty follow up is UNHEARD of. We decided early on to be proactive with regard to warranty follow up. We want to take care of our customers like no one else. Our warranty reminder a year later is evidence of our commitment to honest business practices. Is your contractor doing this? Or is he hiding from his warranty and you?

Let Slabjack Geotechnical demonstrate what a customer focused company looks and feels like. Call today,

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Spokane concrete lifting? Slabjack Geotechnical, the best choice.

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We are often competing against other companies to raise settled concrete, so why use Slabjack Geotechnical verses one of our competitors?

1. We have more experience raising slabs with the latest method than almost anyone in the United States! We raise thousands of slabs every year and caulk tens of thousands of feet of cracks and joints. This experience means you are generally going to get better results than with an individual proprietor who may only do fifty or sixty jobs a year, less than we do in a standard month. Raising concrete is all we do. We don’t do “anything basementy” we don’t do insulation. We only raise concrete and we are the best at what we do.

2. As a leader in our industry Slabjack Geotechnical is consulted on challenging jobs all across North America, we have seen and done that from residential walks and driveways to municipal pools and roads to commercial warehouse floors. You can trust us with your project whatever that may be.

3. Fair pricing. Slabjack Geotechnical is very competitive and at the same time we use superior materials and methods. If you receive a better estimate using the same method we will beat that price by 10%. If you are looking at Mudjacking, let’s talk. We may be able to match that and give you a much better product.

4. Finally, our warranty. We stand behind our work. Our limited five-year warranty is much stronger than anything our competitors offer. Why?  because our method is superior. Period.

Call today,

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Slabjack Geotechnical SPI 350H – vs – PolyLEVEL PL250 & PL400

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Raising sinking concrete slabs,

When we entered the concrete raising business in 2011 we made a commitment to be on the cutting edge of the industry in order to provide the best value to our clients.

In addition to embracing technology both in our estimating software and with our truck and trailer metering equipment we determined to use the best polymers we could find.

What determines “best”?

1.  Superior lifting ability; After testing Both Polylevel PL250 and PL400 against SPI 350H we found the following differences; The SPI 350H has a much more vigorous expansion. The quick reaction time has a huge advantage; the ability to raise very heavy structures (concrete) without needing massive amounts of material. According to the literature provided with the materials, PolyLevel PL400 and even PL250 do not lift with the aggressiveness of the SPI’s 350H

2. Superior control; With a much faster setting polymer comes much greater control over the lift. This is especially important with smaller slabs such as sidewalks or slabs leaning against a foundation. Simply put the other guys polymers don’t cut it when lifting small slabs, the material migrates to places not desired and the lift is not forceful enough to localize lift to areas desired. Even on larger slabs such as driveways the other polymers create undesirable lift.

3. SPI has formulated 350H exclusively for 1-855-752-2522 the 350H (hydrophobic) is super fast reacting at very low temperatures which provides less off gassing, less chance of charing and superior control.

I could go on, there really is no comparison between the three polymers, the polylevel foam is more like void filling foam and not really up to the task of raising concrete. They are advertised as four pound foams but comparing them side by side they appears to be about half the density of SPI’s polymer. One is structural the other literally breaks apart or crumbles under foot.

You have a choice, Slabjack Geotechnical or some other guys.

Superior technology, Superior polymers, Superior results.

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Polyurethane pressure grouting – Slabjack Geotechnical

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Deep injection grouting –

Pressure Grouting is the process of pumping a cement or chemical grout into soft or weak strata of soil or voids. The grout fills these voids, thus stabilizing and strengthening the soil. Pressure Grouting has many applications. One of these includes support for existing structures or where foundations have shifted.

1: The purpose of Pressure Grouting is to control the amount of grout going into the pipe. As the process is repeated at additional elevations, the soil is compacted.
2: The process begins with the pumping of grout at the lowest elevation. The pipes are withdrawn slightly and the grout is allowed to set.
3: The process is repeated at the next elevation. Upon completion, the pipe is again withdrawn slightly to the next elevation. The grout is allowed to set. Each level of grout pumping will push the soil upward.
4: The number of grout pumpings at these different elevations that are needed to compact the soil will vary. Once the soil is compacted, it causes lift. This lift then pushes the footing and wall upward.

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Pressure grouting Wiki – Slabjack Geotechnical

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Pressure grouting involves injecting a grout material into generally isolated pore or void space of which neither the configuration or volume are known, and is often referred to simply as grouting. The grout may be a cementitious, resinous, or solution chemical mixture. The greatest use of pressure grouting is to improve geomaterials (soil and rock). The purpose of grouting can be either to strengthen or reduce water flow through a formation. It is also used to correct faults in concrete and masonry structures. Since first used in the 19th century, grouting has been performed on the foundation of virtually every one of the world’s large dams, in order to reduce the amount of leakage through the rock, and sometimes to strengthen the foundation to support the weight of the overlying structure, be it of concrete, earth, or rock fill. Although very specialized, pressure grouting is an essential construction procedure that is practiced by specialist contractors and engineers around the world.

Slabjack Geotechnical specializes in polyurethane pressure grouting and permeation grouting. These methods are commonly used to solidify loose soil under foundations, under-seal and stabilize concrete slabs, culverts, tanks and other liquid storage facilities.

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Chemical grouting – Slabjack Geotechnical

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Chemical Grouting is another common form of Permeation Grouting that has gained popular acceptance to strengthen granular soils is the injection of chemical solution grouts that bond the individual grains together into tone like masses that are capable of carrying loads of the structures. The chemical solutions typically consist of a base material that is mixed with a hardening agent that causes the mix to harden at a predetermined rate, depending on the compounds used and length of set time desired for a particular application.

Chemical grouting is also commonly extensively used in leaking subterranean structures, to control water flow, and to limit ground movement during excavation and construction ( lagging operation), as well as for footing support, grouted tunnel support and for pit excavation below water.

If you find yourself needing these services consult with us today.

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Pressure grouting? Slabjack Geotechnical

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Do you have voids? Are you dealing with water permeation? Do you have a tank that is settling or in need of support?

Slabjack Geotechnical is a leader in compaction grouting with polyurethane. With a wide range of densities and reactivities we can easily stabilize huge warehouse floors, raise tanks and structures, under-seal culverts and form curtain walls behind leaking manholes.

If you have an issue you are concerned about call us today for a consultation about how Slabjack Geotechnical can partner with you to solve your problems.

Superior polymers, Superior technology, Superior results.

Geotechnical solutions with Slabjack Geotechnical

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Geotechnical polymers have begun to revolutionize infrastructure repair and engineers are finding more and more ways to utilize the incredible power of polymers. For example;

Culvert and ditch repair; By under sealing ditches and sealing erosion at joints and inlets, ditches, dam spillways and roads are preserved. High water flows often create alternate paths for water. Given enough time or flow and failure of the culvert or ditch is assured. Injecting hydrophobic polyurethane into these voids seals out water and stabilizes the structure.

Concrete road stabilization and leveling; Commonly done at the bridge deck junction or above utility trenches to raise settled concrete roads built above, high density polymer foam is injected   Under the slab to gently raise the roadway back to proper elevation. This process typically takes as few as a couple of days verses weeks for replacement.

Railroad crossings; These are prone to settling which creates a very uncomfortable transition for both train and automobile traffic. High density polymer foam is injected underneath the rail bed, incredibly the polymer supports far in excess the weight of fully loaded trains. Often this can be completed around already scheduled traffic.

Heavy weight bearing slabs often large warehouses which house heavy machinery such as milling equipment and the like. Geotechnical scans are often performed to determine if the slab will carry the weight of the additional machinery and if not a plan to stabilize the sub grade decided upon. The least invasive by far is geotechnical foam. Through a series of injection points, liquid polymer is pumped under the slab. This expands many times in volume and sets to a ridged, high density structural foam capable of supporting thousands of pounds per square foot.

These are just a few of the many uses of today’s polymers.

Call today, Slabjack Geotechnical

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