Commercial Concrete Repair
Sunken slabs only get worse. Lift and stabilize your building’s sidewalk to prevent tripping hazards or more expensive repairs in the future.
Serving: Virginia Beach, Norfolk, Chesapeake, And All Of Hampton Roads.
What WE Do
We Are A Full-Service Commercial Concrete Repair & Lifting Company
Generally speaking, we provide commercial concrete repair & lifting (Foamjection) and crack repair services. Also, we service a wide range of clients. Such as homeowners for residential properties and commercial businesses. With this in mind, we also service government organizations and property management groups. Our skilled professionals can make repairs not only to settled slabs. But also trip hazards, patios, driveways, and pool decks.
Sunken slabs only get worse. Lift and stabilize your driveway to prevent tripping hazards or more expensive repairs in the future.
Trip hazards can be costly. We fix uneven sidewalks to prevent accidents including trips and falls of occupants or guests.
Pools are expensive! Failure of subsoil under pool decks is common, fill the voids and lift the pads of concrete before they interfere with the coping and pool structure resulting in more substantial costs.
Slab Rescue is well-prepared for large-scale projects. Partnered with engineers and equipment suppliers, no one is better suited for completing your project in a timely manner.
How It Works
Polyurethane Commercial Concrete Repair
Cost-effective and efficient commercial concrete repair with Slab Rescue.
Generally speaking, raising concrete with polyurethane foam is an easy, quick, and inexpensive solution. Moreover, it has benefits for residential & commercial applications. Homeowners and business owners have found repairing concrete driveways, walkways, and patios have not only become less expensive. But also more effective with Foamjection solutions.
In just a matter of minutes, polyurethane foam can create perfectly leveled concrete.
The process starts with ⅝” injection holes (the size of a dime) strategically drilled to lift and restore the sunken concrete. Polyurethane foam is injected into the holes causing a chemical reaction to fill uneven space under the slab of concrete. We then patch the drilled holes with fresh concrete.
Customers are often happily surprised by polyurethane foam. Because the process creates perfect concrete. In fact, it works in a matter of minutes, saving time and money.
Why Choose our Commercial Concrete Repair Company?
Pride In Craftsmanship
We take pride in our craftsmanship. Moreover, we are owner-operators. We also are personally responsible for every installation we do. We not only care about our work. But also, we take the time to do it right. In fact, that’s why our customers keep coming back to us or feel comfortable referring us to friends and family.
We value time. We also have taken every measure to ensure saving time by creating a simple and seamless process.
Slab Rescue is the most efficient in our industry. The results are cost-effective. Foam injection can be 1/2 the price of concrete replacement. Additionally, Slab Rescue does not charge job minimums.
Over 20 years of combined concrete installation and repair experience.
From estimates to installs, we are flexible to fix your concrete without inconvenience. Ask about contactless quotes and job completion.
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Major Causes of Concrete Settling
Poorly Compacted Fill Soil
More than likely, fill soil was probably used to level the ground before any construction or concrete was poured at your home. Especially if you are in a new home. In the event that you recently constructed a new driveway, patio, or sidewalk, fill soil was probably brought in. For the purpose of ensuring you have an even, flat foundation for the pavement. With this in mind, if the fill soil was not compacted properly it will settle and compress with time. In this case, sinking and cracking will eventually occur. As a matter of fact, settling can sometimes be very severe and could require immediate attention.
Changes in Soil Moisture
Settling will occur when soil moisture changes underneath a concrete slab. In fact, this moisture change can create voids in the overall volume of the soil. With this in mind, areas, where the soil is made up of mostly clay, are affected the most. Given this point, clay will shrink and compact when it dries out. Whereas, the opposite occurs when it gets wet. Thus causing it to expand. The weather in Virginia varies with the seasons. Not to mention, that we are on the coast.
Washouts Underneath the Concrete
In general, there are many reasons why washouts may occur. The biggest is heavy precipitation. Erosion takes place not only from natural causes. But also from leaky sprinklers, plumbing lines, or by accidentally leaving a hose on for an extended period. With this in mind, washouts come about when these water incidents get under your concrete slabs. As a result, causing your concrete to sink.
Experience in Commercial Concrete Repair
Generally speaking, concrete lifting and repair is a tricky business. It not only takes a lot of experience. But also the skill to do it correctly. With this in mind, if it’s not done right, the results can be disastrous. Equally important, at Slab Rescue we have over 4 years of experience lifting and repairing concrete. Not to mention, we have over 20 years of concrete installation under our belts. We not only understand the limits to our solution. But also will ensure your expectations are within our capabilities.
“I was pleasantly surprised by the cost of my project, Not to mention, Slab Rescue installed the foam for 20% less than other competing estimates.”
“Slab Rescue gave me a great price to repair my driveway. As a matter of fact, I selected them because they used information rather than pressure while discussing my problem.”
“What a cool process to witness! Not only, did Slab Rescue repair a couple trip hazards on property sidewalks. But also, did it in less than half a day. Thank you!”