Concrete Leveling and Mudjacking is the process of raising and leveling sunken concrete, eliminating the need for replacement. Concrete used on patios, porches, pool decks, sidewalks and even foundations as well as other applications are all candidates for concrete leveling. Concrete leveling and Mudjacking does require the concrete to be in good condition, with few or no cracks, and have a reasonable thickness.
We level concrete by drilling a series of 1″ or 1 1/2″ holes in to the concrete based on the type of slab and job. Then a sand/clay/cement grout is mixed and pumped beneath the slab. Once any voids are filled, pressure begins to build and raise the slab. After the concrete has been raised, the drill holes are cleaned and patched with a fast-setting high-strength cement. We use this proven technique in our concrete leveling services resulting in a huge savings of time and money for our customers.