Other Commercial Services

Pressure Grouting

Also known as mudjacking or slab jacking, pressure grouting is a common form of concrete slab repair where small holes are drilled into the concrete slab, then grout is pumped into the void and lifts the concrete back into place.

Helical Slab Repair Brackets

Another form of concrete repair is the use of helical slab repair brackets, which are large steel piers that dig deep down into the soil to stablilize the surface. This method is more common in commercial or industrial slabs with heavy traffic or heavy machinery loads, and is also used when pressure grouting has failed due to continuing subsidence. 

Retrofit Brick Ties

These ties are designed to reinforce the brick walls of flooded buildings. A small hole is drilled into the brick wall and filled with mortar and epoxy. They are installed from the interior walls and anchored to the stud framing with screws.

Foam Injection Concrete Leveling

High Density Polyurethane Foam Injection Leveling can help stabilization by filling voids below the slab. The foam will not lose its density after curing and will maintain its compressive strength. This product can also be applied in a manner that can stiffen the soil directly below the affected area of installation.