Submitted by Content Editor on Mon, 2009-11-02 10:52
Slab Undersealing is a process of pumping a cementious or polyurethane grout through holes cored in the slab. This grout flows under the slab and effectively fills any voids beneath the concrete slab. Slab undersealing effectively eliminates slab rocking which, over time, will deteriorate even the strongest slab.
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