Concrete leveling and traditional mudjacking are cost-effective methods for repairing uneven concrete. By lifting sunken concrete slabs instead of replacing them entirely, you can save money over replacing concrete.
Since 2000, we have lifted many sunken slabs in New Jersey and Pennsylvania, including sidewalks and warehouse floors. This method can improve pool decks, patios, garage floors, and porches. It works by lifting the concrete. However, it only works if the concrete is in good condition and doesn’t have major cracks.
The concrete leveling method involves drilling small holes (either quarter-sized or 1″ in diameter) through the concrete slab. We use grout, made from cement, to fill gaps and lift the sunken concrete back to its original level.
After raising the concrete, we clean and patch the drill holes using fast-setting high-strength cement. This technique has been saving customers time and money for over 20 years. It provides a cheaper alternative to replacing concrete. It also gives you a flat surface.
Need concrete lifting or mudjacking services nearby? Contact Concrete Chiropractor for a free evaluation by the experts.