Eliminate sidewalk and driveway trip hazards, raise and stabilize stoops, steps, pool decks, patios, and garage floors.
Raise and stabilize floors (office buildings, factories, and warehouses), equipment pads, truck aprons, drives and walks. Fill voids caused by washouts, settlement, etc.
Raise curbs and gutters, roadways, parking lots, and city sidewalks. Fill Voids in abandoned water and sewer mains, washouts around utility structures, etc.
CRC uses calibrated, continuous mixers.
"Concrete Raising" Versus "Mudjacking"
- Concrete raising uses a soil cement slurry to fill the voids beneath the settled slabs and raise them to level-grade.
- The cement slurry is impervious to water and therefore a more permanent fix.
- Mudjacking utilizes a mixture of topsoil and water. Mud does not contain cement, and will "shrink" as moisture is evaporated or as it dissipates into the soil. Thus, a lesser void is the result.
- Mudjacking wiihout cement or some other bonding agent can erode over time.
Settled concrete slabs can be readily raised to their origional position with a cement slurry. The slurry is pumped under hydraulic pressurre through small holes drilled in the slab. Air pockets, water and water-saturated soil are displaced during the process, allowing the concrete to raise into possition,and rest on a firm, permanent base.