Slab Jacking

There are many reasons why your concrete slabs can shift, including water intrusion, poor compaction during installation, soil shrinkage, soil washout and roots growing beneath them. We can determine the cause of your shifting concrete slabs with a free estimate.
The cost of slab jacking varies based on the size and amount of the concrete that needs to be lifted, the location, and how complex the job is. If you would like to know how much our slab jacking service will cost you, we provide free estimates to all customers.
Concrete slab jacking can only be done by a professional. It requires specialised tools, measurements and expertise to raise concrete slabs. Homeowners who attempt to do it themselves end up injuring themselves or damaging their concrete.

Concrete Lifting

Our cement mixture is made from a natural, more durable material that lasts longer, blends with the concrete foundation, and is eco-friendly. It is also more cost-effective as a concrete lifting method and in the long-term. Polyurethane is not environmentally friendly or recyclable, has no long-term stability and minimal strength (which means it has a shorter lifespan and could require re-lifting in a few years). It also costs more.

Concrete lifting can be completed in less than a day, depending on the size of the area and any complexities on the property. Although it may seem like a simple process, you should never attempt to lift your own concrete.

Yes, in most cases, sunken concrete can be restored. However, there are some cases where it can’t be done. These include if the concrete is too damaged, old or if it has been impacted by faulty installation. We can provide you with insight on the condition of your sunken concrete and a free estimate.

Mud Jacking

The process of concrete mud jacking (also known as a slab jacking or concrete lifting) involves drilling a few small holes in the concrete slab before pumping a cement mixture through the holes. This mixture fills the voids and gaps underneath the concrete while stabilizing it.
We do not use polyurethane in any of our work. Not only is it environmentally damaging, it also has severe limitations, including a lack of long-term stability, minimal strength and higher costs, just to name a few.
The cost of Mud Jacking depends on several factors, including the size of the area, how large the voids are, and any complexities that might arise during the work, such as difficulty accessing the concrete. To determine exactly how much your mud jacking will cost, you’ll need to schedule a consultation or book a free estimate with our team.

Concrete Lifting

Driveways, patios and sidewalks are exposed to a lot of wear and tear. Vehicle or foot traffic, water, snow and heat, and heavy loads can all contribute to concrete moving and cracking.
Concrete maintenance is a simple task that you can handle at home. Cleaning it regularly and sealing joints in the concrete can help maintain and prevent damage. If you notice cracks, it’s imperative to address them immediately as there is likely an underlying issue which will require a custom lifting solution.
Yes, concrete lifting repair is more cost-effective than replacing concrete. Lifting and leveling helps your concrete to last longer at a fraction of the cost, while replacement means removing the old concrete then laying a new one, requiring much more labour and materials and therefore expenses. Repair is best done by slab or mud jacking. If your concrete is sinking, our sunken concrete repair services are sure to help.

Sunken Concrete

There are several key reasons why concrete sinks: water intrusion (water getting underneath the concrete), poor construction and lack of slab support, soil shrinkage and poor compaction, and soil washout.
There are some clear-cut signs of sunken concrete that you should notice. Firstly, the concrete is uneven, “depressed” or tilted to one side. There are also cracks, gaps or holes, and if you notice any soil “washing out” from beneath the concrete. If you notice any of these signs, it is time to call our team.
Upon installation, make sure the base is properly compacted. Tightly pack slabs with soil to prevent water from running beneath them, and make sure downspouts are discharging away from concrete. Fill any and all voids as soon as possible. The best way to prevent concrete from sinking is to make sure that it is sitting on a solid base.