Concrete Repair Vs. Replacement
Demolishing old structures and laying new concrete requires more equipment, and more professionals compared to slabjacking. This makes the replacement cost nearly twice as much as slabjacking. Not only is it less expensive, raised concrete can be used almost immediately while new concrete pours may take several days before they can be walked on and a month to fully set. There is also no need to disturb adjacent landscaping or plants, making the whole endeavor a much cleaner process.
Sometimes, there’s no way around it. Your concrete may be too damaged for a concrete lifting job. Explore your options here.
The Advantages of Lifting
- About 1/2 the cost of replacement
- Work is complete in less then a day
- Preserves original appearance; no old/new patchwork created by slab replacement
- Landscaping remains undisturbed
- Lifted area can be used immediately
- Stabilizes construction joints; stops joint movement caused by traffic
- Keeps usable concrete out of the landfill
- Promotes sustainability
- Garage floors
- Stoops and porches
- Pool decks
- Any concrete slab settlement