Correct failing slabs before they need to be replaced at a much lower cost and minimal inconvenience. Lifted slabs can be back in service in as little as two hours.
Adjacent slabs in parking lots and walkways need to maintain less than 1/4 inch vertical change between any joint or crack to avoid being a trip hazard,
Repeated forklift traffic over a slab can have the effect of compacting the soil under the slab. This creates a void where the slab will rock as the weight of the forklift passes. A simple void fill will often provide a low cost, permanent cure for this prior to the slab having to be replaced.
Long term water ingress between the floor slab and a loading dock will lead to one or both slabs subsiding to where the joint becomes problematic. These can be brought back into level with foam jacking or local pile installation.
Coatings help protect your investment and extend its useful service life. Epoxy and polyurea coatings solve many service issues where untreated concrete will degrade rapidly.