Driveway repair projects are tricky to handle. The concrete slabs themselves, are extremely heavy and are not easily leveled, lifted, or repaired. Driveway leveling normally requires professional help because of the unforeseeable problems that arise.
To illustrate these types of problems, here’s an example of a Driveway repair project we helped with in Carrolton, Texas.
- Our professional technicians arrived and see the driveway was split into sever-able slabs and each of the slabs had several cracks due to harsh weather and natural vehicle wear over the years.
- Our technicians then adapted and changed the strategy on the spot to ensure the least amount of drilling to still ensure the concrete would be stabilized and leveled.
- They began lifting the driveway slabs starting with the beginning of the driveway and slowly moved towards the end. Each slab was leveled with not only the other slabs but the sidewalk as well. Each slab equally leveled with the next.
- After a few hours, the driveway repair project was completed with the lifting completed, leveling done and concrete sealed.
Concrete leveling projects are not easy, but they are a much better option than removing the concrete completely and replacing everything. That project is so expensive and wastes so much concrete. Our concrete repair and driveway leveling approach is eco-friendly and saves hundreds of concrete slabs from going to the dump.
Next time you have a sunken driveway that needs to be fixed or an uneven sidewalk or patio, let professionals come in and help keep the project expenses low and ensure that the quality is professional.
There are two methods which are involved in concrete raising: mudjacking and polyurethane foam concrete raising. Polyurethane concrete raising involves injecting foam material under the slab. When small holes are drilled in the sunken concrete and materials pumped underneath the slab, the foam fills the void and raises the slab to the required level. After the void is filled, it is raised then leveled making it more stable than it ever was.