Spokane Valley, WA, Concrete Repair Services
If you require concrete repair services in Spokane Valley or the surrounding areas, look no further than Slabjack Geotechnical. Our company was founded in 2011 by Jerald and Ann Sargent, and we specialize in raising and leveling concrete. However, a concrete repair job often requires additional fixes, and our professionals will grind, stabilize, and repair the cracks in your concrete as necessary. We serve customers across Washington, as well as Northern Idaho, and pride ourselves on our ability to get the job done right.
Why Does Concrete Settle?
Over time, concrete will inevitably settle and require repairs or replacement. The most common cause for repair is water, either from rain, snow, sprinklers, or bodies of water. The water causes the ground to settle and drop and the concrete follows suit, which results in unevenness or cracks if left unattended. It’s important to take preventative measures to reduce the amount of water near your concrete to extend its lifespan and avoid costly repair or replacement.
Why Repair Your Concrete?
We recommend repairing your concrete slabs for multiple reasons. In terms of safety, uneven concrete or concrete that has large cracks can cause somebody to trip and fall. If this injury happens on your property, you will face potential liability for the accident. Additionally, cracked and sloping concrete looks messy and unappealing. If you are a landowner or are looking to sell property that has uneven or cracked concrete, your property value will likely reduce. Generally, raising and repairing concrete is much less costly than a full replacement.
What To Expect From Slabjack
Slabjack Geotechnical and our team of professionals provide the best concrete repair services in Spokane Valley. Our team has decades of combined industry experience and have introduced innovative methods into our repair processes. To begin the process, we provide a free estimate to establish a scope of work that covers the necessary repairs. Our estimators will take measurements and photos to provide a detailed proposal on the work to be done. After both parties agree on the details of the proposed project, we will schedule the repair date.