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UNEVEN CONCRETE

Shifting or sunken sidewalk?
Cracked driveway?
Uneven patio slab?

Concrete can sink and settle when the soil is either unable to support the weight of the concrete slab or the soil is washed out from underneath it causing a void.

Concrete driveway before slab jacking repair. Unsightly, unstable concrete with compromised strength subject to further damage with freeze and thawing weather.

Concrete slabs usually settle unevenly causing large cracks.

Shifting sidewalks, uneven concrete, and sinking driveway pads can be the result of poorly compacted fill dirt, sub-surface erosion or shrinking soils.

Settled, unstable, driveway concrete slabs - before
After lifting, stable, functional and attractive!

The lack of support from compromised soil weakens the cement and the concrete slab sinks downward and cracks.

Before repair...
After repair...

Not only does this ruin the ‘looks’ of driveways, sidewalks, stairways, patios or other concrete both inside and outside the basement, but it’s strength and functionality are diminished too.

Detailed view of a proprietary mixture pumped into the void below the sunken concrete lifting it back into its proper position.

The solution to this problem is a process called concrete lifting or slab jacking. Concrete lifting solves the sinking or uneven concrete issue by pumping a slurry of a proprietary combination of water, soil, sand and Portland cement underneath the concrete to economically lift and permanently stabilize.

Uneven walkways can be hazardous. Why have it re-poured when it can be leveled quickly and less expensively! Fast, less mess and money...call LAN today for your FREE estimate.

Concrete lifting (slab jacking) is a cost effective alternative (in many instances less than half the cost) to tearing out and replacing with new concrete.
- No removal of pad
- Color remains consistent
- Process can be done inside or outside
- Cleaner than replacement

Sunken walkway can cause steps to have an irregular rise leading to stumbling accidents. LAN can raise that walkway to a standard step height for less than pouring a new walk. The concrete color remains the same for a cohesive look.

Call the trained professionals at LAN for your FREE estimate today. LAN has the equipment and the experience to get the job done right.

Concrete lifting can be effectively used to even out a sinking pool deck...for a safer (no more toe stubbing!) and more attractive pool area without the cost of replacing the concrete slab.
LAN has the specialized equipment to get the job done right, every time! Call today.

Concrete Repour
For damaged concrete beyond repair, we are the concrete experts. Our precise pours and professional finishers insure your sidewalk, drive, or foundation will have the look you expect and the correct mix that will perform for years to come.

Shifting or sunken sidewalk?
Cracked driveway?
Uneven patio slab?

Concrete can sink and settle when the soil is either unable to support the weight of the concrete slab or the soil is washed out from underneath it causing a void.

Concrete driveway before slab jacking repair. Unsightly, unstable concrete with compromised strength subject to further damage with freeze and thawing weather.

Concrete slabs usually settle unevenly causing large cracks.

Shifting sidewalks, uneven concrete, and sinking driveway pads can be the result of poorly compacted fill dirt, sub-surface erosion or shrinking soils.

Settled, unstable, driveway concrete slabs - before
After lifting, stable, functional and attractive!

The lack of support from compromised soil weakens the cement and the concrete slab sinks downward and cracks.

Concrete SOLUTIONS

- Window Wells
- Footer Drains
- Gutter Drains
- Wall Mats
- Wall Coatings
- Exterior Wall Drainage
- Unstable Ground for Building
- Boardwalks
- Small Walking Bridges
- Light Poles
- Oil Well Mats
- Power Plants
- Flood Areas

Before repair...
After repair...

Not only does this ruin the ‘looks’ of driveways, sidewalks, stairways, patios or other concrete both inside and outside the basement, but it’s strength and functionality are diminished too.

Detailed view of a proprietary mixture pumped into the void below the sunken concrete lifting it back into its proper position.

The solution to this problem is a process called concrete lifting or slab jacking. Concrete lifting solves the sinking or uneven concrete issue by pumping a slurry of a proprietary combination of water, soil, sand and Portland cement underneath the concrete to economically lift and permanently stabilize.

Uneven walkways can be hazardous. Why have it re-poured when it can be leveled quickly and less expensively! Fast, less mess and money...call LAN today for your FREE estimate.

Concrete lifting (slab jacking) is a cost effective alternative (in many instances less than half the cost) to tearing out and replacing with new concrete.
- No removal of pad
- Color remains consistent
- Process can be done inside or outside
- Cleaner than replacement

Sunken walkway can cause steps to have an irregular rise leading to stumbling accidents. LAN can raise that walkway to a standard step height for less than pouring a new walk. The concrete color remains the same for a cohesive look.

Call the trained professionals at LAN for your FREE estimate today. LAN has the equipment and the experience to get the job done right.

Concrete lifting can be effectively used to even out a sinking pool deck...for a safer (no more toe stubbing!) and more attractive pool area without the cost of replacing the concrete slab.
LAN has the specialized equipment to get the job done right, every time! Call today.

Concrete Repour
For damaged concrete beyond repair, we are the concrete experts. Our precise pours and professional finishers insure your sidewalk, drive, or foundation will have the look you expect and the correct mix that will perform for years to come.

Concrete SOLUTIONS

- Window Wells
- Footer Drains
- Gutter Drains
- Wall Mats
- Wall Coatings
- Exterior Wall Drainage
- Unstable Ground for Building
- Boardwalks
- Small Walking Bridges
- Light Poles
- Oil Well Mats
- Power Plants
- Flood Areas