Mudjacking is the process of raising and leveling sunken or settled concrete as near to its original position as possible. Sidewalks, driveways and garage floors can become cracked and unleveled due to factors such as soil erosion, freezing and thawing beneath the slabs, shifts in tectonic plates and other various conditions that cause the ground beneath concrete to settle, sink or otherwise deteriorate. To raise the existing concrete, our team drills a series of 1 inch holes around the fissures and then pumps a slurry material beneath the cracked concrete slab. This process allows us to position the raised concrete correctly and add patching material via the drilled holes between the sunken ground and the existing concrete. Once the patch has hardened, the leveled and realigned concrete will be as stable as the other surrounding slabs.
Mudjacking is an affordable alternative to replacing cracked sidewalks, garage floors, foundations and driveways. The cost of raising settled concrete is approximately 50% less than the cost of replacement.
Our services will save you time as well. Mudjacking projects are usually completed within a single day as opposed to the lengthy process of replacing damaged concrete. It involves considerably less mess and will not disturb your landscaping.
We offer a two year limited warranty on all concrete raising and leveling services along with crack sealing services to ensure the longevity of your mudjacking project.
Whether you have damaged driveways, sidewalks, pool decks, basement or garage floors, concrete stairways or foundations, one phone call to M&S Mudjacking will provide you with a quick, affordable and effective fix to any concrete problem. Schedule your consultation today! 309-373-2919
Mudjacking, also known as slabjacking, void filling or pressure grouting, raises and levels sunken or settled concrete as near to its original position as possible.
Small holes are driled into slabs to material below concrete
Slab raised as cement mix is pumped under it , then leveled
Holes are filed and job is complete
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