are few things that are as frustrating as realizing that your concrete is no
longer level. If you're looking for a solution that may be cheaper than tearing
everything out and starting over, one technique worth considering is SlabJacking. Howell SlabJacking
is a company that has locations in Illinois
we help customers deal with uneven
concrete on their properties.
Howell SlabJacking offers a more modern method of lifting settled concrete that utilizes polyurethane. This is different than the standard mudjacking approach that is still relied upon by most companies in the industry. Using either polyurethane or mud to adjust concrete slabs is usually going to be a more effective solution than tearing up the concrete and beginning anew. The big benefit that comes from using polyurethane, however, is that it's less invasive. The polyurethane method uses smaller holes, often about the size of a dime rather than the 1.5-inch or bigger holes required by the mud process. Using polyurethane also allows technicians to drill fewer holes in order to achieve the same results.
We employ a state-of-the-art process that allows us to work quickly. Port holes
are created, a hydraulic system is used to pump materials in, and the surface
of the slab is raised to the desired height. Once the area is smooth and level,
we use Portland cement to seal the holes up. We also make an effort to see that
all water will drain away from your concrete and your home. Our technicians
will verify that cracks are properly sealed too.
Our crew is available to visit your location any day of the week. Give us a
call and find out whether SlabJacking is an appropriate solution to your
problems with uneven concrete.