WHY RAISE CONCRETE?
WHY RAISE CONCRETE?
Uneven concrete slabs, driveways, porches, sidewalks, patios, and decks can present safety issues, damage vehicle tires, and look unappealing. Instead of replacing your concrete slabs, often times you can raise / level them for a fraction of the time and money. The process of raising concrete slabs by hydraulically pumping grout, a composite of sand based material and Portland cement, under the slab is called Mudjacking concrete raising. Concrete raising, also referred to as concrete lifting, concrete leveling, slabjacking, mudjacking, and pressure grouting, is the process of raising your concrete slabs back to their original position.
Have some of your driveway, sidewalk, or other outdoor concrete surfaces settled or sunk? We can save you up to 70% of what it would cost to replace your concrete. Often less than half the cost of replacing concrete, it provides a cost effective, time efficient, and sustainable way to have your concrete be level once again. Replacing concrete is time consuming, inconvenient, and could result in additional costs. Our material stabilizes the subsoil to prevent further erosion and sinkage. This also prevents further cracking of your slabs. All jobs are completed within a day or less. Your concrete is ready for use immediately after. Mudjacking is the most economical means of raising and repairing your concrete. More cost effective than polyurethane concrete raising, and exponentially more cost effective than concrete replacement. Quick and clean, most jobs can be done and have concrete ready to use the day of.
Do you have uneven concrete and don’t want to pay the cost to demo and replace it? Then Mudjacking concrete raising is right for you! If your concrete slabs are uneven and causing safety hazards, do not hesitate to learn more about how concrete raising can help you from your local concrete experts.
HOW CONCRETE RAISING WORKS
Raising sunken concrete is a great alternative to replacement. We use the right equipment to help minimize the mess and duration of the project.