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What is slab jacking?

Slab jacking is a term used to describe the process of repairing a sunken or uneven concrete surface. First, small holes are carefully drilled into the concrete surface. A grout-like mixture or polyurethane foam is then pumped into the holes. The injected material helps to pressure the slab and restore it to its original position. To finish, the surface holes are patched with fresh concrete.

Slab jacking can used to repair concrete pool decks, patios, driveways, floors, and a variety of other surfaces. It is most commonly used to raise the level of exterior concrete flatwork.
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