Services

Slabjacking is defined as “grout pumped under pressure through injection holes (usually 1.5 inch diameter) to raise faulty or sunken concrete”. Other spellings are slabjack or slab jack. The process begins by drilling holes, then void filling the entire sub-grade, raising the concrete to it’s original elevation.  Using our specialty Grout Pump, our exclusive non-shrink cement grout is pumped under the sunken concrete at the rate of 1 cubic foot per minute.  After the lifting is complete, the area is cleaned of excess drill tailings and grout, then the holes are re-cemented  with our custom color matching system.  We can service all of Central Illinois, Lake of the Ozarks, and Central Missouri. Read below for our services. Most jobs take less than 4 hours to complete and your concrete can be used almost immediately.

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Sidewalks

If you’re tired of tripping on your sidewalk due to shifting or uneven pavement, give me a call, I can lift it! You can be held liable for trip and fall accidents due to uneven pavement. The city of Chicago spent $6,000,000 between 2008 and 2013 on these lawsuits alone!

Patios and Driveways

If you have a slab that may be leaning towards your house and causing water issues, give me a call, I can lift it!

Steps

Any sunken steps or lean is dangerous! Give me a call, I can lift it!

Seawall

Let us check your seawall. The washout from underneath can cause a pocket. These pockets need filled before your seawall cracks or bows. If your seawall is already bowing, give me a call! I have access to a staff of highly trained engineers to evaluate your seawall needs.

Concrete Solutions DMC can work in Missouri and Illinois, giving us a wide service area. Concrete Solutions DMC can perform slabjacking and concrete leveling services in Central Illinois, Lake of the Ozarks, and Central Missouri areas. Visit our Contact Us page to get in touch.


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