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We finally rolled out our website re-design this week, let us know what you think. www.slabjackgeotechnical.com Staying on top of a competitive Concrete Leveling field takes a lot of off-season work. Things like website design, blogging, training staff and preparing new media roll-outs keep us busy in the off season. Concrete raising, Concrete Caulking, Concrete...

www.Slabjackgeotechnical.com The big question, once you have decided to do something about your settled concrete do you replace it or raise it? This big question generally comes down to cost and if that is the only criteria then raising will be less costly in virtually every case. There are many advantages in raising rather than...

www.SlabjackGeotechnical.com The MRSC roster is used by participating municipalities and other agencies to find approved vendors and contractors to do business with. Slabjack Geotechnical is one of these vendors. If you are a governmental agency then Slabjack Geotechnical is an approved concrete raising and leveling business. From the state to the county and city along...

www.SlabjackGeotechnical.com According to the National Floor Safety Institute the average medical cost from a slip/trip fall is $22,800! The potential legal costs and jury awards are several times that amount. Rather than ignore the “little trip” have it fixed by Slabjack Geotechnical. Whether it be a walk from your driveway, a trip on your driveway...

www.SlabjackGeotechnical.com Voids under concrete eventually lead to cracking and/or settling concrete. Voids are created when concrete is partially supported by base soils or through the use of anchors or rebar to foundation walls or through the use of Sonotubes. As the soil settles or is carried away by other means a gap opens up between...

  www.SlabjackGeotechnical.com Have new or older concrete that’s still in good condition but has settled? With the residential construction boom we had a few years ago, it is not surprising to see many of those homes now dealing with some settled concrete issues, five or six years later. If you are dealing with sunken and settled concrete, and...

  www.SlabjackGeotechnical.com While Slabjack Geotechnical does many commercial and municipal jobs each year, residential work is where we do the vast bulk of our work. Settled porches, driveways, patios, sunken stoops, garage floors, slumped walks, pool decks and more, fill our days raising, leveling and correcting all kinds of trip hazards, slope problems and more....

www.SlabjackGeotechnical.com Curious about concrete leveling and void filling? When we come to your site we are bringing $100,000 worth of concrete leveling equipment, tools and material, along with the experience of our crew having raised thousands of settled concrete slabs. As we arrive on the job site, the first thing we do is start the equipment...

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