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Sunken Concrete

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Our Concrete Leveling solution

We relevel slabs and floors for good

Old-fashioned builders relevel concrete slabs using two main techniques. One is called mud jacking. Builders pump a concrete slurry underneath your concrete slabs to fill the voids beneath. But this adds weight and increases the possibility of further sinking later. The second technique is to simply tear out old concrete slabs and replace them.

Both these techniques are obsolete, cost a lot of money and eat up a ton of your time. Neither technique is reliable — which is why we don’t use them.

Instead, our team of fully licensed technicians and highly qualified structural engineers use modern, progressive techniques. By using GeoPoly™, our proprietary geo-polymer injection technology, we raise sinking concrete quickly at a price you can afford. The best part? Our concrete levelling solution is permanent.

Concrete Leveling Solution No. 1

Internal Concrete Slabs

This concrete leveling solution addresses sinking concrete slabs inside buildings, most likely the floors of your home, workspace or garage. To begin this process, we drill 1 cm access holes through your concrete until we reach the underside. We can drill up to 2 m beneath the concrete.

Afterwards, we insert temporary ports into each hole. Using a high pressure of 2500 psi, we inject GeoPoly™ to fill voids under your concrete, raise the concrete and/or stabilise the soil. Most concrete slabs can be lifted up to 50 mm and if ground conditions are in your favour, we can achieve even more of a lift.

To make sure your concrete is evenly leveled, we monitor the entire process with laser levelling equipment. To complete this concrete leveling process, we remove all the ports and fill the access holes to leave your concrete looking as if untouched.

Concrete Leveling Solution No. 2

External Concrete Slabs

This concrete leveling solution addresses sinking concrete slabs outside your home. This can include your driveway, stairway, patio, slabs in your garden, pool area and much more. The process is effectively the same as the internal one.

We drill 1 cm access holes through your concrete until we reach the underside. Inserting temporary ports into each hole, we use a high pressure of 2500 psi to inject GeoPoly™ underneath the concrete. Afterwards, we remove the ports and fill the access holes.

Need a concrete leveling solution now?

If your concrete is sinking internally, externally or even both to create trip hazards and a total eyesore, we’re here to help. We begin all of our jobs with a FREE inspection.

When you work with us, we promise

  • Free structural inspections
    We take a look at your sunken concrete at no charge.
  • Personal, friendly service
    We’ll treat your home as if it’s ours.
  • Simple, transparent quotes
    Our sunken concrete releveling quotes come with easy to understand computer-generated drawings that detail our proposed solution.
  • Minimal disruptions to your life
    Releveling of your sunken concrete shouldn’t take more than a day.
  • Minimal disruptions to your home
    We never dig up or rip out sunken concrete floors or slabs.
  • Affordable pricing
    Unlike many other building companies, we only typically charge between $3,000 to $7,000 to relevel sunken concrete. See our full list of prices.
  • Permanent fixes
    We’re thorough in what we do, sunken concrete we relevel stays level.
  • 10-year warranty
    In the rare case your concrete slabs and floors sink again, we’ll be back to relevel them at no extra cost.

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    What you can expect

    Simple, transparent quotes

    Our quotes are easy to understand and accompanied by drawings detailing our solutions. No technical jargon – we promise.

    Fixed, affordable prices

    Once the price has been quoted, that’s what the job is going to cost. We don’t add extra costs at the last minute. No tricks.

    Permanent repairs

    Anything we repair or enhance stays that way. Otherwise we come back to carry out repairs again for FREE.

    10-year warranty

    You’re covered for 10 years from the day we finish our work.

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