Sunday, January 17, 2016

Slabjacking: For Improper Installation of Concrete Slabs

Wrong use of rebar or faulty form of work may become the reason of improper installation of concrete slabs. Due to this, the structure may lack proper support and may cause a major injury as well as disastrous failure to property. 

To overcome this problem, there are a couple of different methods to ensure you that a slab is well supported and its durability is also extended. One of the effective methods is slabjacking. When the sub grade of your driveways erodes causing cracks or your concrete settles causing hazards, there is no need to remove or replace the concrete slabs or sunken, the only thing you need to do is to have them slab jacked.

Slabjacking is a very cost effective method to replacing and removing your faulty form of work, uneven concrete and sunken. Unfortunately, most of the homeowners are not aware of the working of this method and the reason that why it is considered to be an effective method to repair concrete.
This process came about in the late 1920’s to 1930’s as a technique to repair sunken concrete on roads or highway. Today it has become widely used across all over the world. 

The process needs just a few steps and some special tools such as small slabjack pump which is specially designed to pump the slurry or grout in an organized manner. It also requires small hand equipments and grout. Most of the contractors use a small truck and trailer combo or dump truck to finish their jobs. 

So, whenever you have an uneven driveway or a sunken sidewalk, it is recommended for homeowners to consider this method.

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