Erosion Void Fill and Stabilization
Erosion void fill and stabilization, sometimes referred to as pressure grouting or mudjacking, is a fantastic, quick and safe way to fill spaces under concrete slab driveways, front porches, and other high erosion areas. Simply put, our structural grade polyurethane foam material is pumped under the slab, and the voids (or spaces) are then filled and slabs are supported from future movement. Material is neatly trimmed at the edge. Finally, the drilled holes are patched, to complete the process.
Often costing less than half the price of replacing concrete, slab void fill and stabilization provides a cost effective, time efficient and sustainable way to have your concrete fully supported once again. Common causes of the erosion are poorly placed or worn out gutter downspouts, plumbing leaks, former garbage pit, sink hole, or breakdown of organic materials.
If your driveway, front porches, walkways, pool decking or back patio slabs are showing signs of erosion, don't wait any longer to give the experts at Concrete Corrections a call for a Free Estimate and slab inspection in Georgia, Florida and South Carolina.