CONCRETE SLAB REPAIR
Concrete slab repair is the cost effective approach to raise or level concrete sidewalks, floors, pool areas and more to their original height or grade.
Concrete Chiropractor® was established in 2000 as a concrete slab repair service. We specialize in providing concrete slab repair services affordably at a third or half of the cost to replace on both residential and commercial applications.
Problematic concrete can cause create problems ranging from town safety violations, insurance cancellations, devaluation of property value, delays in Real Estate sales and more. It’s important to maintain your concrete and fix any problems ASAP.
For over 70 years, this type of technique has been applied in order to raise submerged or tilted NJ concrete sidewalks and slabs of homes, commercial and industrial locations such as as driveways, runways, walk ways, grounds, warehouse floor repair, swimming pool decks, and so on. One way to determine whether or not your slab is damaged is to look at the flooring inside of your house. If it’s cracked or uneven, the slab supporting your house might be suffering from settlement.
Our Vitelli Case Study will show how we were able to save the project where others had failed. Click here to open the PDF and read the complete case study summary.
Concrete slab repair services for PA homes and commercial buildings reduce sidewalk repair liabilities while saving you money on concrete replacement costs. Concrete Chiropractor® can also save homeowners a lot of stress, time and money when under time restraints during the process of buying or selling a home in NJ.
Some of the more common problems we see occurring is when the home inspectors discover a dropped concrete step near their front entrance stairs, along with settled garage floors, dropped driveway slabs, tilted concrete pool decks, sunken concrete porch tops and more.
We can raise any size concrete slab here in NJ which also avoids slab color differences resulting from concrete replacement.
Concrete pumping and adjusting is not recommended for foundation repair or settled foundations in New Jersey. However, mudjacking is usually the perfect solution to repair dropped concrete slabs in good condition.