Concrete Lifting / Slab Jacking
Before Concrete Lifting
After Concrete Lifting
Occasionally settling will cause concrete slabs to sink. Concrete lifting (also known as slab jacking ) is the process where a small hole or holes is drilled through the slab and a specialized material is force injected under the slab lifting the it back to its original placement. The material then hardens ensuring the concrete slab remains in its rightful place. Concrete lifting can usually be done for less than half the cost of pouring new concrete, however, the savings may be even greater since the costs of demolition, removal, and landscaping are eliminated. If you know or think you may have a concrete lifting need please don’t hesitate to have us send one of our skilled technicians for a free inspection and quote by calling (801) 682-1854. In many instances we can give you a quote online. Quotes and inspections are only provided to home owners. In addition our crack and leak repairs come with a written warranty.
Here is a sampling of what Intermountain Foundation Repair, Inc. lifts:
- Parking Lots
- Garage Floors
- Almost anything that is concrete
Concrete lifting is a cost-effective alternative to replacing concrete. We can help you with Residential, Commercial and Municipal needs.