What is Concrete Lifting?

Concrete lifting & leveling also referred to as slab jacking is accomplished by drilling a series of holes in the concrete; injecting a grout into these holes using  hydrostatic pressure with a specialized grout pump at the right balance of psi to lift, level, and stabilize the concrete back to its original position.

The process takes a few hours to complete, and your concrete is ready for regular use within hours after the work is finished.

Concrete Lifting Saves You Money!

Besides the ease with which concrete lifting raises and levels your sinking concrete slabs, it’s also much cheaper than replacement. In fact, concrete lifting costs less than half as much as tearing out and replacing the slab.

Can Your Concrete Be Lifted?

Just about any poured concrete slab can be lifted. Concrete patios, sidewalks, driveways, and stairs make for the most common concrete lifting projects. Anywhere you’ve got sunken concrete, concrete lifting can fix your problem.

Why Contact Lift-Up Concrete Lifting to Repair Your Concrete?

Concrete Lifting is not a do-it-yourself project. It requires the use of specialized equipment and technical expertise. Contact the professionals at Lift-Up Concrete Lifting to solve your concrete sinking problems. We will complete your job in a professional manner while saving you money.