Concete Raising & Leveling

If your concrete is sinking, there is a very good possibility that the concrete slab was installed on poorly compacted fill dirt. Sub-surface erosion and shrinking soils are also possibilities.


Rest assured that you may not have to replace the concrete. R.F. Woehrmyer Concrete Construction, Inc. can raise and level a concrete slab back to its original position by injecting a polyurethane foam into a series of small holes beneath your slab to achieve the desired result.  This process is known as slabjacking.


We simply drill strategically placed holes into the slab. Then, using a portable pump and flexible hoses, our expert technicians fill these holes with the special mixture to float the slab back to its original position. Lifting a slab using this method can often be accomplished in a few hours.


Often times the cost to perform this service is less than half that of replacing a new slab.


There are numerous benefits to slabjacking

  • It can be done in virtually any weather.
  • The material injected beneath the slab provides a strong base.
  • There is little or no disruption to landscaping.
  • Nothing needs to be moved off the slab, as the pump can lift the weight of the slab and anything you have placed on it.
  • The newly raised and leveled concrete (driveways, sidewalk, patios etc..) can be driven and walked on in as little as 1/2 hour after the work is completed.

We partner with customers, designers, subcontractors and suppliers on hundreds of projects each year.