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FAQ

Is the concrete lifting process a new technique?

  • No, concrete lifting is a proven process for raising sunken concrete surfaces . The process has been used since 1930.

Does the process require special equipment?

  • Yes, specialized equipment is required and should be performed by an experienced team.

Can the concrete lifting process be done in the rain?

  • Yes, concrete lifting can be done in any weather as long as the truck and equipment can get to the job site safely.

Do you pump concrete under our slab?

  • No, we use a blended material made up of non-organic material, fine sand, water, and Portland cement. Our material weighs approximately half the weight of concrete and is ideal for replacing the soil that has settled or washed away under your slab.

How long does it take and how long before I can use my concrete again?

  • Most jobs are completed in one day and can be walked on just minutes after the holes are patched. Cars can be driven and parked only 24 hours after the job is complete.

How much does it cost?

  • Every job has different variables that we have to consider to give an accurate estimate of cost. On an average we save customers anywhere between 40% to 90% over the cost of removal and replacement. Most residential jobs are between $750 and $2200 depending of the scope of work.

Is your work guaranteed?

  • Yes, Merit provides a warranty against resettlement. We will also help to locate the reason for settlement and advise on how to remedy the problem.

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