Concrete Raising is a generic term that describes a multitude of methods to raise sunken concrete back to its original level. A grout-type material, in our case pulverized limestone is pumped under the slab through small holes. This fills any void and then lifts the slab back into position. The holes are patched with hydraulic cement and the surface is ready to use. This can be used for concrete driveway repair or any number of concrete repairs.
The only evidence of the process are the small holes drilled though the concrete. These are patched with hydraulic cement when done and often match well with the existing concrete surface. In fact, concrete raising looks even better than replacement because the original slab matches surrounding slabs, which works great especially for concrete driveway repair.
We guarantee our work for two years from date of completed job.
Generally, it is from immediately to a few hours.
We service a large part of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) including Oakville, Burlington, Milton, Brampton, and Mississauga. We also service Kitchener-Waterloo region, Guelph, Fergus, and Cambridge.