Slab Foundation Repair

Uneven and cracking floors can cause major problems in any home. As for tripping hazards, they make a home uncomfortable and are often accompanied by doors and windows that won’t open or close properly, as well as cracks in walls or ceilings. In addition to simply looking bad, these are symptoms of a serious foundation problem that won’t go away on their own and often lower property values.

Leveled Concrete specializes in repairing floors that are sinking or unlevel due to foundation problems. Our foundation repair experts will identify the cause of your floor damage and provide you with a quality solution.

Leveled Concrete Slab Foundation Repair
Push Piers

Foundation Repair Solutions These rugged steel push piers feature a patent-pending external sleeve that strengthens the pier at the critical tension point below the bracket. Push piers are installed next to the footings and attached with a heavy-duty steel bracket. Soil is backfilled around the piers once stabilization and lifting is complete to finish the installation. This is the best foundation repair option available when soil conditions are unknown, providing a permanent solution for your settlement issues.

Advantages of push piers

  • Best opportunity to lift home to the original position
  • Minimal disturbance during installation
  • Fast, effective installation
  • Reaches greater depth than any other option

Slap Piers

Slab piers are push piers designed specifically to stabilize and (in some cases) raise slabs that have settled. This type of pier is driven into the soil in the settlement area, deep enough to connect the slab to stable, load-bearing soil or bedrock. The blades anchor to the soil as the pier is essentially screwed into the ground. A specially designed bracket connects the top of the pier to the underside of the slab to stabilize and/or raise the slab back to its original position. Grout is pumped in to fill the void created under the slab, and then concrete is poured over the holes created for the installation.

Advantages of slab piers

  • Can extend to great depths to contact stable soil or bedrock
  • Non-destructive repair requiring minimal excavation
  • Completely hidden after installation holes are filled
  • In some cases can help lift a settled slab in addition to stabilizing it

If you know there's something wrong with your concrete foundation but aren't sure where to start, the experts at Leveled Concrete have you covered. We'll quickly diagnose the problem and decide if a foundation pier system is the right solution right for you!

Call us or contact us online to get started on your free foundation repair estimate. Proudly serving the Texas communities of Round Rock, Waco, Fredericksburg, Cedar Creek, Georgetown, Killeen, Pflugerville, College Station, Temple, Austin, Waco, Houston, Katy, Spring, Cypress, Tomball, Kingwood, The Woodlands, Fulshear, Sugarland, and throughout the surrounding areas.