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 If your concrete is sinking, there is a very good possibility that the concrete slab was installed on poorly compacted fill dirt. Sub-surface erosion and shrinking soils are also possibilities.Since you are fortunate enough to have  Slab Jacker in your area, you should not have to replace the concrete. We can float a slab back to its original position by pumping a mixture of sand, cement, fly ash, and other additives beneath your slab.
We simply drill strategically placed holes into the slab. Using a portable pump and flexible hoses we fill these holes with the special mixture. Lifting a slab using this method can often be accomplished in a few hours.Often the cost to perform this service is less than half that of replacing a new slab. Call us today for a free estimate 801-995-8220

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My sidewalk and driveway were sinking Chris came in and corrected all the issues I had. From the estimate the schedule and the finished job Chris saved me a lot of time and money. Thanks

Didn't think he could do it! Very impressed!

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I had a sidewalk approach going up to the front steps to my house where the sidewalk had sunk causing a trip hazzard to people visiting our home. They were able to level it up and repair the crack saving me money. I thought i was going to have to repalce the sidewalk. Saved me about $1000! Very professional and loved their 2 year guarantee!

Great Job! Saved me a ton of Money!

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James really saved me! My driveway was going to cost $8500 to rip out and replace. He and his crew came out and raised the sunken areas for a fraction of the cost. $2200 compared to $8500....Thanks Slab Jacker!!