Raising settled concrete,
Some slabs are not good candidates for concrete leveling, they have various issues including,
Excessive cracks – hard to get the puzzle level, best to replace.
Unseen supports under the slab – damage of the slab almost certain with attempted lift.
Cracks running adjacent and near edges – very difficult not to heave the crack line.
“Parquet” type concrete – similar to excessively cracked concrete, hard to get the puzzle level.
In addition to these, slabs where the cost to raise approaches the cost of replacement should generally be replaced. This can happen in rare cases when settling is excessive or there are massive voids under the concrete slabs.
Slabjack Geotechnical is able to quickly determine if your slab can be economically raised or whether replacement is the best choice. Call for a no obligation, no pressure estimate today,
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