Sandjacking
Problems with concrete are as common as concrete itself. Over time concrete settles, falls and cracks creating trip hazards, drainage problems and unsightly landscapes. There are two viable remedies to this problem: concrete replacement or repair using the innovative process of Sandjacking.

Sandjacking is designed to provide a low cost, long-term repair solution to common concrete problems. The process involves returning the concrete to its original slope and forcing sand below the surface to fill in the voids that caused the problem. Because most concrete can be lifted to its original level and be used during repair, this process is the fastest and most cost effective method to regain and retain the integrity of the concrete.

Sandjacking

  • Is a patented process conceived by a former Army engineer to overcome deficiencies in existing concrete repair technologies
  • Is structurally sound, providing a 99% compaction fill determined by MidWest Testing Laboratory of Fargo, ND, an independent testing lab.
  • Is a non-destructive solution, offering permanent repair
  • Typically costs 30% - 40% of concrete replacement
  • Comes with an extended two year warranty, unmatched by the competition
  • Allows the concrete to be used during the repair process with minimum traffic interruption and control
  • Leaves minimal trace after the repair and does not disturb the landscape
  • Improves drainage, minimizing standing water to prevent the destruction of concrete by the freeze-thaw cycle
  • Is viable in residential and commercial settings
  • Is esthetically appealing, requiring no large, unsightly holes
  • Can be used as a preventative maintenance in new construction