"We had a complete diagnosis of all our trip hazards, and choose to have them lifted by foam injection. Remove and replacing the trip hazards was very costly and time consuming, and grinding would permanently scar the concrete, create a significant amount of noise and dust, and wouldn’t fix the issue of the concrete settling. Slabjacking was definitely the best solution. Thanks for the outstanding work."

Clark Geiger – Property Manager


Warehouse Floor Repair, Joint Stabilization, Void Filling, Sub Surface Void Filling

When soil is not properly compacted, experiences erosion, or heavy machinery weaken the sub grade, voids appear underneath the concrete surfaces. Unfortunately, many times, these voids are often unforeseen, and cause further damage to the surfaces. If indications provide that such problems exist, foam injection is a great alternative in filling in the voids, creating a strong support to the existing surfaces.

Polyurethane foams to make such repairs are a lightweight, high dense foam, which reacts slower than the foams used for lifting and leveling concrete.