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Concrete Slab Repair

Reliable, Local Foundation Repair Experts

Homes built with slab foundations can experience foundation settlement that can cause a variety of problems including sloping floors, water intrusion, and cracks in walls just to name a few. A settling concrete slab can also show cracks appearing in the slab itself. If you notice signs of a settling slab foundation, a professional on-site evaluation from a trained Ram Jack foundation repair consultant can help determine the cause.

Causes of Foundation Slab Settlement

Slab foundations aren’t designed to resist heaving or settling soils, so when soils begin to dramatically shift and move, they can cause damage to the concrete slab.

Other causes of foundation cracks can include:

  • Chronic hydrostatic pressure in the soil

  • Expansion and Contraction of the soil

  • Water damage from leaks

  • Storms and flooding

  • Earthquakes

  • Tree root growth

Our Concrete Slab Repair Method

Ram Jack utilizes helical piles to repair concrete slabs. Our helical piles offer a fast installation with phenomenal results. Ram Jack’s helical piles can be installed directly through the floor slab to support and raise the slab back for maximum practical recovery.

Ram Jack also has options for raising sunken slabs through a soil injection process. This process forces a cement/soil grout under the sunken concrete to fill voids and lift concrete slabs back to their original position. This is a fast and clean process with little disruption to your property.

Don’t Wait. Call Today for an On-Site Evaluation

Cracks in foundation slabs can worsen over time and, if left untreated, can lead to catastrophic issues for your home or business. For more than 40 years, Ram Jack has been a pioneer in the foundation repair industry. Our nationwide network of nearly 400 professionals continue to set the standard for innovative methods, proven solutions, and professional expertise.

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