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Mudjacking is a proven method for raising and stabilizing settled concrete slabs. Also known as slabjacking or concrete lifting, this repair method is highly effective and provides long-lasting results.
Over time, concrete slabs settle as a result of changes in the underlying soils. These cracks can present themselves in sidewalks, porches, pool decks, driveways, and concrete walls. Mudjacking addresses these changes and restores the integrity of the concrete.
But don’t fret, the repair process usually takes very little time – plan on an hour or two from start to finish (although larger projects may take slightly longer).
Mudjacking starts with drilling a few small holes in the settled concrete slabs. Next, a cement slurry is pumped through the holes, which fills the voids and empty areas in the soil, which works to stabilize the slab foundation.
Once the voids and empty areas are filled, pressure lifts the slab back to its original level position. After a quick caulking of the cracks and mudjacking holes, the repair is complete. Once the crew leaves, the surface is ready for light use. If you wait a few hours, your concrete will be reinforced completely and ready for its regular and intended use.
Think you need Mudjacking?
Take a peek at the following to see if any ring true in your situation:
Fractured pool decks
Sagging parking lots