Over the years water, snow and ice, and even city-fed runoff from sewer gutters, can cause erosion under your driveway surface. This leaves your concrete driveway slab vulnerable to cracking, and if not properly repaired, possible collapse.
To solve this problem can entail a dual process.
First, a process called mud jacking pumps high-pressured grout into the void under the driveway through holes cut in the surface. The process fills the space between the foundation element and the eroding soil.
Second, after the elevation discrepancy has been corrected your driveway will likely be left with cracking and the inevitable patchwork to cover the holes made to apply the process.
So that your concrete slab is pristine after the above procedures, Hardscapes has a number of solutions to repair and rebuild your driveway surface. To learn more about our products and repair systems, give us a shout at 403-547-5597. We’ll find the solution right for your unique issue.