Mud / Foam Jacking
When your concrete cracks and breaks it sinks and begins to disrupt it’s original orientation becoming unstable and ineffective. Mud and Foam jacking is a process that restores the already existing concrete to it’s intended status without having to remove and replace the entire construction.
You have sunken concrete and need it raised. We have two methods of accomplishing this, mudjacking and polyurethan injection (foamjacking). Concrete lifting is a process in which small holes are drilled in the foundation and grout is injected below sunken concrete slabs in order to raise them back to their original height. This cost effective method or restoring your concrete construction is an incredibly efficient way to fix your sunken sidewalks, driveways, patios, basement floors and more.
Mudjacking has become popular due to the fact that it fixes settled and sunken concrete that is otherwise perfectly fine in appearance, at only a fraction of the cost of a new replacement.
Foamjacking, the next generation of concrete lifting, is gaining popularity as it stabilizes soil under the slab and helps prevent continued ‘wash out’ that occurs below the concrete.
Both Methods are used due to their cost effective nature, and in most cases, the crew can be in and out of your way in about a day, with little to no disturbance to the surrounding areas.