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Slab Repair Services in Wareham

Professional Slab Repair Near You

Ram Jack New England is proud to be your trusted partner for professional slab repair services. We specialize in providing comprehensive solutions for all your slab repair needs. Our team of experts is well-versed in a variety of slab repair techniques, ensuring that we can handle any issue that comes our way.

Ram Jack Slab Repair Service

At Ram Jack New England, we pride ourselves on our ability to deliver top-notch slab repair services. Our slab repair service is designed to address the unique challenges that come with repairing slabs. We use state-of-the-art equipment and proven techniques to ensure that your slab is repaired to the highest standards. Whether you're dealing with a small crack or a major structural issue, you can count on us to provide a solution that works.

Our Slab Repair Techniques

Our team is trained in a variety of slab repair techniques. These include:

1. Soil Injection: This technique is used to raise the slab back into its proper position by injecting concrete/grout under the sunken concrete.

2. Helical Piles: Our helical piles can be installed directly into the slab, where we can support and raise the slab back to its original position.

Each of these techniques are designed to cause as little damage as possible, retaining the best pre-sunken look of your slab.

Cost of Slab Repair

The cost of slab repair can vary greatly depending on the extent of the damage and the repair technique used. At Ram Jack New England, we strive to provide cost-effective solutions without compromising on quality. We offer free estimates and will work with you to find a solution that fits your budget.

Slab Repair FAQs

What are the signs that my slab needs repair?

Signs that your slab may need repair include visible cracks, uneven floors, doors and windows that don't close properly, and moisture issues such as mold or mildew.

How long does slab repair take?

The length of time it takes to repair a slab can vary depending on the extent of the damage and the repair technique used. Most repairs can be completed in a few days, but more extensive repairs may take longer.

Can I live in my home during the repair process?

In most cases, you can continue to live in your home during the slab repair process. However, there may be some noise and disruption.