Leveling & Stabilizing of Residential Houses and Commercial Structures
— Concrete Slabs & Conventionals —
Specialized in Pressure Grouting Under Slabs
Sometimes voids under the slab are discovered or created in the affected area when lifting the foundation slab, at which time we will pressure fill the voids with grout, significantly improving the uniform support of the structure. For superior quality concrete slab repair, the voids must be pumped and filled with soil, cement and/or grout, providing solid support for the concrete slab floor. This step prevents an area of the floor from collapsing later, causing significant structural damage to the floor’s integrity of a concrete slab home or structure.
Four inch ( 4″ ) thick concrete floors of the common house slab are intended to rest on solid material and soils with no voids present, hence the need for pumping. Instead of leaving parts of the slab in mid air, we fill these voids, complimenting and completing the support of the slab. We also pump slabs that have been repaired by other companies that did not pump the voids. Concrete raising Frankfort IL Technicians in all phases of Concrete Slab and Conventional Foundation Repairs, including rotted wood replacement, termite damage repair to the floor structure of your home, crawl space ventilation correction and water control French Drain installation.