Welcome to Slabjacking NZ
Professional Contractors in Christchurch
Over the past five years Slabjacking NZ Ltd has set the standard in foundation repair.
In 2012 Slabjacking NZ Ltd designed and developed a new, low impact, system to level and repair earthquake damaged buildings in Christchurch.
We pioneered the use of temporary screw piles in conjunction with mechanical and hydraulic equipment specifically for this purpose. For the first 12 months we invested considerable time and resource in designing, testing and refining our system of foundation and wall crack repairs. This, in conjunction with our ongoing commitment to research and development, has resulted in unparalleled foundation | base and slab relevelling and repair solutions.
Since then we have successfully repaired in excess of 100 buildings. During this time we have dealt with numerous types of structure, with various build qualities, and have adapted and refined our systems to suit. In order to meet the needs of our customers, we have developed and successfully trialled several different lifting systems for more complex applications, such as heavy commercial and multi-unit buildings. As our experience has grown, we have also become proficient at relevelling challenging, low grade, structures (i.e. unreinforced slabs, poor connections, etc).
We are building relevelling specialists and are very good at what we do. With considerable experience in the unique Christchurch enviroment, we are dedicated to providing the best technical solutions and service levels. We also service the wider Auckland & Wellington region so feel free to get in touch to find out more about how we can help you with any foundation, wall, concrete or piling repairs.
- Specialist solutions
- Tested and proven systems
- Cost effective & timely
- Specifically engineered systems
- Bespoke engineered solutions
- Suits all technical categories
- In accordance with MBIE & NZBC
- Meets insurers obligations under most policies
- Suits limited access sites
- Suits all cladding and building types
- Existing services can remain and are avoided