Concrete Raising – Mudjacking

Mudjacking, has been the default method of concrete raising for decades. It’s quick, simple, and shows immediate results. This method is best for large-area concrete slabs with a relatively heavy load. Also check out our state-of-the-art polyurethane slabjacking services for unstable soil!

Concrete Raising is simple, less intrusive, and much less expensive than concrete removal and replacement.

Mudjacking isn’t complicated, but it’s not DIY.

Experienced professionals should perform this procedure to avoid doing even greater damage to your concrete slab. Amateur work often results in further, or irreparable damage that usually costs more to repair or replace than the original damage.

A crew member drilling a hole in concrete for concrete raising.

1. We strategically drill small holes (less than 2”) into the sunken section of concrete.

Pumping mud beneath a sunken concrete slab.

2. A sand and cement mixture is then pumped under pressure through the holes filling any voids and raising the section of concrete to its original elevation.

A crew member patches a concrete repair hole.

3. The small holes are then discretely filled with redi-mix concrete. Your repaired concrete is ready for immediate use

Concrete Joint Sealing Before
Concrete Joint Sealing After

Concrete Joint Sealing

Sealants are soft materials that accommodate the expansion and contraction of concrete slabs. They also help prevent water, ice, and dirt from getting into the joints and subgrade of the concrete.  Our technicians apply commercial grade high-performance caulks that achieve protection levels that do-it-yourself products simply can’t match.  Professional concrete joint sealing is strongly recommended in order to protect your concrete raising work.

Concrete Joint Sealing