Put your building back on solid ground
While it’s common not to consider base soils when at home, work, or in transit, their condition is critical to support the foundations of roadways, sidewalks, bridges, and buildings we use daily. Poorly compacted fill dirt, erosion, and shifting soils can cause concrete slabs to sink, which can negatively impact a structure’s integrity and lead to safety hazards.
At EagleLIFT, we put your building back on solid ground with our slab jacking repair services using an expanding polyurethane injection process that minimizes moisture intrusion and infiltration while controlling soil settlement and stabilization issues. It’s a nondestructive, fast-acting and affordable solution to a wide array of foundation failure sources, which include:
- Inadequate support soils
- Wet or marshy environments
We plot out multiple injection locations and introduce the polymer with precision to ensure a concrete panel or slab is aligned correctly, returned to its original grade, and supported well for years to come. By doing this, the material will fill the voided area under a slab evenly and provide a safe, level repair. In a few minutes, you’ll notice that the slab begins to rise. The polymer will cure into a strong, stable, and long-lasting replacement base material. This fast-acting process allows for minimal to zero work area shutdowns, avoidance of soil excavation, and crews are able to work during off-peak, nighttime, or when employees are not on the floor.
The polymer we inject into base soils surrounding an impacted concrete panel or slab is safe, simple to inject, and quick to set. Additional benefits of the polymer include:
- Expands up to 25 times its initial volume
- Unaffected by standing water
- Increases a soil’s weight-bearing capability
- Displaces trapped water
- Not compromised by wet conditions during or after installation
- Seals leaks and misaligned joints
- Environmentally inert
- Not impacted by contamination, microbial corrosion, and or high acid levels
As a mudjacking and concrete leveling contractor, our crews inject a high-density, structural polymer into the base soils surrounding the impacted concrete foundation, slab, or panel through 3/4” metal rods. Once introduced, the polymer expands through all of the voids and into the soil. This works too:
- Fill gaps
- Push out moisture
- Stabilize soils
- Stop settlement
- Seal cracks
- Connect misaligned joints
- Improve soil weight-bearing capabilities
EagleLIFT’s mudjacking repair services can benefit virtually anyone whose concrete slabs or panels have sunken. Examples include:
- Industrial sites
- Business centers
- Parking lots
- Convention centers
- Waterfront properties
Slabjacking Contractor in California, Nevada, and Arizona
With more than 25 years of experience using two-part polyurethane for concrete foundation lifting, stabilization, and rehabilitation, EagleLIFT is the top injection process provider throughout all of California, Nevada, and Arizona. We have obtained a Class A license and can provide a range of soil stabilization, foundation, and trenchless sewer repair engineering solutions to clients of all sizes. All projects our teams take on are expertly designed, and the soils they address and thoroughly studied. Keep your structure is on a level footing with help from EagleLIFT. We provide practical and affordable soil-lifting solutions. Give us a call to learn more about our slab repair services.
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