Foundation Slab Pier Systems in Mississippi

Foundation Repair with Slab Piers MSSlab piers are push piers designed specifically to stabilize and (in some cases) raise slabs that have settled. This type of pier is driven into the soil in the settlement area, deep enough to connect the slab to stable, load-bearing soil or bedrock.

A specially designed bracket connects the top of the pier to the underside of the slab, to stabilize and/or raise the slab back to its original position.

Slab Can extend to great depths to contact stable soil or bedrock and are non-destructive repair requiring minimal excavation

The slab piers are completely hidden after installation holes are filled and can help lift a settled slab in addition to stabilizing it, in some cases

Warrantied Piering Solutions for Sinking Foundation Slab Floors

The slab pier system can stabilize and restore concrete slabs damaged by settlement. The pier consists of interlocking tubular steel sections. An adjustable bracket connects the top of the pier to the underside of the slab.

Slab piers are designed to be driven deep into the earth, bypassing soils that are ill-suited to support weight, so that your floor can be supported by strong, competent earth. Slab piers also provide an opportunity to lift your concrete slab back to its original position, often closing cracks and eliminating tripping hazards.

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How Slab Pier Systems Work

There are two types of slab piers: push-type slab piers and helical slab piers. Both foundation repair products can be effective, and selecting one over the other depends on your unique situation. Both types of slab piers use small installation equipment, so installations can be completed in tight-access areas such as bathrooms or laundry rooms.

repair concrete slab floors piersSteel pier sections are hydraulically driven through the bracket until the pier contacts competent soils.

The next step is to transfer the weight of the concrete slab through the piers to the deep, stable soil. A lift can then be attempted to bring the slab and interior partition walls back to their original position.

Grout is then carefully pumped at a low pressure under the slab to fill the void created by the soil settlement and slab-lifting process. Finally, holes at pier locations are filled with concrete, leaving the floor stabilized in its new position.

You should use slab piers in all cases except when either the floor slab is extremely thin or the cracking is extensive.

Foundation Recovery Systems of Mississippi provides solutions for repairing concrete slab floors that include a 25-year warranty against manufacturing defects, and a performance warranty from us. We offer free, no-obligation slab repair quotes within our service area. To schedule your appointment, call or e-mail us today!