Target citySpokane concrete raising and leveling.

July 3, 2016by Jerald Sargent2

slabjack logoHave you seen our new concrete raising truck around Spokane yet?

It is an incredible piece of machinery that can handle small residential jobs all the way up to municipal projects such as freeway slabs and bridge deck approach problems as well as commercial and industrial projects.

Mounted on a Kenworth t300 platform we can carry the equivalent of thirty cubic yards of material, enough for all but the largest industrial projects.

With our second unit now in service and our third coming soon we can tackle any project in the state and beyond.

Call today for a no cost, no pressure estimate,


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  • Kent A Proffit

    December 31, 2016 at 8:14 am

    My concern is on driveways. I have seen mudjackers cUT through original stress cuts in drives prior to raising sections.I Understand the process. But, how long typically until something moves since the rebar or wireman in the slabs have been cut?

  • Jerald Sargent

    January 5, 2017 at 9:34 am

    The reason for the cut is to eliminate binding which can result in cracking the slab. It would be unusual to see rebar or wire mesh and have settling with an offset. Our warranty is up a limited lifetime but re-settling, if it is going to happen is going to be in a few days not years later.

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