Residential Void Filling

Void Filling - Residential 

Residential void filling is an important part of protecting your property. Whether you're dealing with a foundation or a retaining wall, voids can cause significant issues for structures. But these voids don't have to be a problem. We can help fill voids and provide a solid foundation under residential concrete structures. Rainwater runoff, erosion and animals can create voids under concrete structures. The longer the void exists, the more likely it is to cause failure in the concrete. LvL Concrete Lifting can fill the voids left by water and animals to protect the structures on your property. If you're worried about voids on your property, give us a call today!

You've probably never thought about it, but voids can be a big problem for structures. They can cause issues with your foundation and make it harder for you to keep your property in good shape.
When a property owner installs concrete for a driveway or walkway, there is empty space beneath the slab where dirt and other materials were used to fill in any holes left by digging out gravel or soil from underneath where the concrete slab was poured. The purpose of this process is to create a stable surface below so that it does not crack after installation or over time due to pressure from rainwater seeping into cracks between slabs; however, if these voids aren't properly filled after the concrete slab was poured, then they can cause bigger issues later on down the line.
If you live in an area that gets a lot of rain or have animals on your property, there is a good chance that there are voids under the concrete slabs around your home. These voids can be caused by runoff from the ground or by animals burrowing into the ground. The longer these voids exist, the more likely they are to cause problems with your structure—and if left untreated, these voids can cause serious damage to your foundation and structure over time.
Concrete slabs are only as durable as the ground that supports them. Even the most solid concrete slabs will crack, sink and slope if the voids below are not adequately filled. If you notice cracked or uneven concrete around your property, the problem might be with the backfill rather than the concrete itself. LvL Concrete Lifting can fill any voids that have formed under concrete structures, so you don't have to worry about them ever again!