Leduc County, Alberta

(780) 446-9349

Leduc County, Alberta

Frequently Asked Questions


When Can Concrete Be Raised? 

Concrete lifting is dependent on the weather. Typically, concrete levelling will not be done if there is frost on the ground unless it is an interior slab. 

Will There Be Heavy Equipment On The Property? 

No, we run the hose straight to the repair site without driving equipment on the property. 

How Long Does The Work Take To Be Done?

On average, one can expect a residential job to be complete within 2 to 3 hours. 

When Can The Area Be Used? 

The majority of the time, you can resume using the area right after the work is complete. 

What Do You Do With The Remaining Holes?

Holes are patched with cement concrete mix.

Am I Required To Be Present For The Estimate?

If the area is inside your home or in a locked structure, it is necessary that you are home.

Will the existing cracks go away? 

The cracks will still exist, however, often times they will close when the concrete is levelled. 

Is A Building Permit Required?


Will This Work On A Paving Stone or Asphalt Driveway?

In most cases, no, but it will work if a concrete base is underneath. 

How Do I Schedule My Project?

We will contact you to schedule the work after we have received your signed acceptance.

Am I Required To Be Present When The Work Is Being Done?

For outdoor work, it is typically not necessary that you are present. However, for work that is being conducted in an interior setting (such as a garage) an adult is required to be present.