Stabilizing and Lifting Warehouse Slabs in the Atlanta Area

Uneven, Sunken or Rocking Slabs

Uneven, sunken or rocking slabs in your warehouse can cause damage to vehicles/ equipment, trip hazards, worker/customer injury, liability risks, and in the worst cases – fatal accidents. They also indicate the possibility of dangerous voids or even potential sinkholes underneath the slabs. (Skeptical about sinkhole dangers? Watch this security footage of a sinkhole swallowing up cars at the National Corvette Museum.)

Your Options

You have a few options when it comes to dealing with uneven, sunken or rocking warehouse slabs. 1. Do Nothing:
The problem with doing nothing is that the situation will likely get worse the longer you wait.  And the longer you wait, the more expensive the eventual repair. 2. Replace The Slab:
Replacing the slab will likely take several days, cause a lot of down time for your business, create a mess, and very often cost more than a simple repair. 3. Stabilize and Lift with Cement Grout:
This procedure (commonly known as “mudjacking”) requires heavy equipment, large drill holes and the use of weighty cement grout (which may sink over time). 4. Stabilize and Lift with Polyurethane Foam
This procedure uses unobtrusive equipment, light (but high-strength) lifting foam, small drill holes and it is the least messy of all your repair options.

How GCS Can Help

Ground Consolidation Services lifts slabs and stabilizes soil with high-strength light weight polymer foam. The expansion force of the concrete leveling foam coupled with the pressure of a specialized pump generate enough controlled force to lift concrete slabs back into position with 1/8” precision. This can be accomplished at a fraction of the cost and time required for replacement.

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