Small holes are drilled in the existing slab.
Concrete leveling equipment hydraulically lifts slab by pumping a cement/limestone mixture into the holes.
Void is filled. Slab is raised, established and ready for immediate use.
Sinking or uneven concrete can be very common. This can occur due to settling of newer construction or can simply be the effect of shifting due to freezing and thawing.
For decades, a process called “mud-jacking” or “slab-jacking” has been performed to fix sinking concrete. This process used sand, mud, silt, or clay to place underneath the cement. Often, due to material, this is a temporary fix.
Atlas has taken this dated approach and improved both process and technology giving you the best quality product on the market today. Our unique process leverages a cement and limestone mixture to provide you with the most durable, long-lasting permanent solution that exists. Our experienced tradesmen drill holes in the concrete area that needs repair. Atlas has a unique process that pumps the mixture under the concrete, lifting it back to the original state
The process is a simple three-step process. We drill small holes into the top of your concrete, pump a cement mixture underneath the existing slab and raise it hydraulically. It is ready to use within hours.
We offer free estimates to all residential homeowners. The cost will vary based on the area in need of repair and the void below surface/how far it has sunk.
Atlas Concrete has a unique solution that is unmatched in the industry. While most companies will use silt, sand or clay under the foundation, Atlas uses cement in the mixture. This proven solution provides a fix that has been thoroughly tested with proven results.
The Atlas option is significantly less expensive than the cost of replacement. You won’t have the downtime as it is typically ready for use within hours.
The general rule of thumb is that this process can work if your concrete is cracked in large, cracked sections. If your concrete is shattered into small pieces or the top surface is flaking, it is likely too damaged to repair. Feel free to upload a photo to our free estimate page for guidance from our experts.
You can walk on your repaired concrete within hours. We recommend a minimum of twenty-four hours cure time for automobiles or heavy equipment.
The material that Atlas pressurizes under your concrete has been tested and is guaranteed not to shrink or fail. The warranty is good up to two years after the original repair/lifting has been performed. Our material has been tested at Ohio State University. After nearly two decades of testing, it has proven that our material, when used properly, does not break down.
The Atlas solution has been used for years for commercial and residential needs. If the ground is left undisturbed, you can expect that your repair will last the life of your concrete.