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cracked concrete foundation

PRESSURE GROUTING

Once a foundation begins to settle, some walls have a tendency to develop stress cracks. With the use of the pressure grouting method, it is possible to bring the sagging foundation back to its original elevation. In some cases, cracks which have developed in the walls may even be repaired.

What is pressure grouting?

Grout injection pipes will be driven to a firm layer of soil with a hand driver or by a mechanical driver for greater depths. Once a firm layer of soil is reached, a cement based grout consisting of Portland cement, fly ash and admixtures will be injected directly into the soil. Sand will be added to the grout mixture when large voids or extremely soft soil is found to warrant its use. 

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Pressure Grouting Before & After

See how pressure grouting can repair issues caused by foundation settlement.

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