The Concrete Lifting Process
Mudjacking, or concrete lifting, is a procedure which involves drilling one and three forth inch diameter holes through the concrete slab in the sunken area, bringing in a hose and pumping a lifting material under the concrete slab.
The environmentally friendly lifting material is pumped under the sunken area with up to 3500 pounds of pressure until all voids are filled and the back pressure lifts the sunken area to where it needs to be.
We then clean and patch the holes with our proprietary special patch mix. What that means to you is a stronger, longer lasting product.
We welcome all of our clients to watch how we work!
We specialize in mudjacking/slabjacking and concrete restoration processes that include:
- Concrete lifting to original grade ( sidewalks, swimming pool areas, grain bins, driveways, warehouse floors or most concrete slabs)
- Void Filling
- Soil Stabilization
- Caulking joints to help keep water out of problems areas
- Pressure Grouting
- Concrete Grouting