Concrete steps that have begun to shift or sink over time pose a serious trip hazard. Workers getting hurt on a job or job site can be one of the most expensive, litigious and unnecessary distractions from running a business. Our time efficient and cost effective services help protect your workers and your bottom line.
What is the Process
Learn more about the process we use for Concrete Steps
Over time water seepage, faulty drainage, poor compaction, and the freeze-thaw cycle result in settling which affects your concrete’s base, resulting in a void. It is also known as concrete lifting. Concrete leveling works by filling the void. After drilling a series of 1″ holes, a high-density limestone grout is pressure-injected to fill the void. Once the void is filled, the slab is stabilized and slowly raised to desired height. The holes are then capped and the concrete is ready for immediate use. As a cost and time-efficient alternative to concrete replacement, concrete leveling eliminates unnecessary concrete production and installation. We replace earth with more stable earth, repairing concrete surfaces in an environmentally responsible way. If you have sinking concrete on your property, don’t wait; call us to schedule an appointment as soon as possible. We are a concrete contractor serving Pittsburgh, PA; Erie, PA; Cranberry Township, PA; Washington, PA; and Youngstown, OH.
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