All concrete slabs can crack. Over time, the soil supporting the slab will have changes in moisture causing it to grow and shrink. As the soil shrinks, voids will form and the slab will crack as it sinks into those voids. If left unchecked, these cracks can worsen over time and create tripping hazards in your basement.

Generally, the slab will have been poured with a gentle slope towards a floor drain. One of our experienced polyjacking experts can evaluate the floor and determine if the slope is the proper one or if it is from a settling floor.


If you're noticing cracks in the floor and are wanting to finally get them repaired, our concrete raising process is tried and tested to work in your situation. Our team can carefully examine your basement floor and determine the best course of action to get it properly raised back to the intended height and properly leveled.

If you have any questions about basement floor lifting, please contact us today and we'll be more than happy to help you.