Foundation & Slab Lifting Fort Pierce
Cracked, sinking, and uneven concrete is a common issue for home and business owners in Florida. Shenandoah is your solution when it comes to foundation and slab lifting in Fort Pierce and all surrounding areas. Shenandoah can lift and restore your concrete to not only help eliminate trip hazards, our foundations and slab lifting services can help you avoid pooling water problems. Shenandoah is a geotechnical construction company that specializes in foundation and slab lifting. With over four decades of hands-on experience, the professionals at Shenandoah have the experience, training, and real-world skills necessary to complete your project correctly, on time and on budget. Whether your project is a large industrial restoration or a small residential job, you can count on our team’s expertise with no-dig foundation, slab lifting and leveling, and soil stabilization.
Shenandoah can restore your foundation to its original state or better cost effectively and in a way which is environmentally friendly, with no excavation and mess. Established in 1976, we are one of the oldest and most experienced contractors in the state of Florida. If you need foundation and slab lifting services, contact us today.
Cracked, sinking, and uneven concrete is all too common in Florida. Shenandoah provides fast, non-intrusive polymer foundation repair for commercial, industrial, and residential properties.
Shenandoah's work withstood Hurricane Ian
In October of 2021, Shenandoah Construction was contracted by Lee County Department of Transportation to remediate seawall issues on the Sanibel Island Bridge Span A.
Sept. 28, 2022 Ian made landfall in southwest Florida as a Category 4 Hurricane with max winds of 150 mph.
Seawall still standing. The material did its job.
Each Foundation and Slab Lifting Project is Different
Even though each foundation and slab lifting project is different, the outcome with Shenandoah at the helm is always the same. Shenandoah restores structures and properties to a safe, stable, and level condition through soil stabilization. This proven process saves you time and money.
What Causes Foundations to Fail?
Both natural and man-made causes can lead to weak soils beneath structures. The original soil material/composition may not have been packed properly before construction, or nearby drilling or excavation may result in compromised soil quality. Regardless of the cause, weak soils and subsoils can result in foundations failing. Voids can form for various reasons including the extraction of groundwater or the dissolving of limestone. Symptoms of weak soils under commercial, industrial, or residential properties include foundation settlement, cracks in slabs and foundations, heaves and dips in slabs, parking lots and driveways. There can also be evidence of soil subsidence in adjoining and nearby properties.
Soil Subsidence is a Common Problem in Florida
The stability of any Structure or Concrete Slab is based mostly on the soil properties it is built upon. Florida’s sandy, limestone soils and geological conditions can cause voids in soil underneath foundations, concrete slabs, roadways, and structures. Under overbearing weight, the supporting soils will become inadequate to support the structures built upon them. When settlement occurs, it can destroy the value of the property and even render it unsafe. Click Here to Learn More
What are the Benefits of the Shenandoah Foundation & Slab Lifting, and Leveling Process?
Weight Bearing Capacity Restored or Increased
Material Reaches 90% of Strength in 15 Minutes, Assets can be Used Immediately
Precision Pavement Leveling Often up to 1/8” Tolerance with Rapid Polymer Expansion
Use of Small 5/8” Injection Holes, No Deconstruction Reconstruction
Low Pressure Injection of Polymer down to Base and Subbase Soils
One-Time Cost-Effective Method for Long Lasting Restoration
The benefits of the Shenandoah process far outweigh the traditional mudjacking process. Although mudjacking is still used today for traditional foundation & slab lifting/leveling, the materials that are used with mudjacking often require a lengthy installation process and do not stabilize the underlying soil & subsoils as well as our polymer injection process. As a result, mudjacking restorations often have a much shorter life expectancy, which produce much higher costs down the road to resolve recurring problems. Other disadvantages to Mudjacking include the weight of the slurry grout, which can break up with vibration. Slurry grout pumped over distressed bases makes for a short life expectancy. Larger diameter drilling holes are needed, which can further compromise the current structure and mudjacking slurry grout can take up to 7 days to cure.
Foundation & Slab Lifting & Soil Stabilization Methods
Shenandoah is a licensed affiliate of Uretek. Uretek’s (UDI) 2 stage deep injection polymer process has led the industry since the 1980’s. Commonly known as chemical grouting, is a form of compaction & permeation grouting most often used for foundation & slab lifting and soil stabilization for structures and water control, including:
Manufacturing Plants, Agricultural Facilities, Airports, Sea Ports, Heavy Industry, Industrial Parks, Warehouses, Refineries, Pipelines, Public Works, Prison Facilities, etc.
Office Buildings, Retail Centers, Warehouses, Hotels, Resorts, Hospitals, Universities, Schools, Multi-Family Properties, Club Houses, Government Buildings, Corporations, Medium & Small Business, etc.
Homes, Garage Floors, Swimming Pools, Patios/Lamia’s, Driveways, Roadways, Club Houses, etc.
Contact Shenandoah Your Statewide Experts in Have the Best Foundation & Slab Lifting Contractor on your Side
Shenandoah is a geotechnical contractor that utilizes advanced technologies, industry superior products and has been helping thousands of customers with foundation & slab lifting for over 40 years. Shenandoah’s ongoing success and customer satisfaction is unparalleled in the industry. We owe this success to our family of highly trained and dedicated technicians. Contact Shenandoah for a professional consultation.
Our Inspection, Restoration, and Maintenance, (IRM) Program has helped maximize the performance of our customers sanitary and stormwater systems for over 40 years.