Video of the Mudjacking Process
for Raising and Leveling Concrete
The mudjacking process for raising and leveling concrete that has settled is a quick and easy process with minimal inconvenience and no waste (making it better environmentally) that is more cost effective than replacement. See more about the process.
After measuring and marking concrete in strategic places to raise and level, holes are drilled in the concrete.
Occasionally cutting is necessary to achieve the proper level.
A very stable grout mix is then pumped under the concrete slab to lift, raise and level it.
After concrete is raised and leveled to the proper position, we fill the holes and it is ready for use almost immediately!