Mudjacking Lawrence KS

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·       Waterproofing
·       Mudjacking
·     Tiebacks and I Beams
·     Concrete Repair


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What is Mudjacking?

Mudjacking, also known as slabjacking or concrete leveling, is a process used to lift and level concrete slabs that have settled or sunk due to soil erosion, compaction, or other causes. This technique is commonly used for sidewalks, driveways, patios, and other concrete structures.

The process of mudjacking involves drilling small holes into the sunken concrete slab, typically around 2 inches in diameter. A slurry mixture of water, sand, and cement is then pumped through the holes and into the voids or spaces under the slab. As the mixture fills the voids, it lifts the slab back to its original position. Once the slab is level, the holes are filled with concrete to complete the repair.

Mudjacking is a relatively fast and cost-effective way to fix sunken concrete slabs, and can often be completed in a matter of hours. It is also less invasive than completely replacing the slab, which can be more time-consuming and expensive.

However, mudjacking is not always the best solution for every situation. It is important to have a professional assess the damage and recommend the appropriate repair method based on the specific issue and underlying cause. In some cases, other foundation repair methods, such as piering or crack repair, may be necessary to fully address the issue.

Do I need Mudjacking

Whether or not you need mudjacking depends on the specific issue you’re experiencing with your foundation. Mudjacking is a technique used to lift and level sunken concrete slabs, such as sidewalks, driveways, or patios, by injecting a slurry mixture of water, sand, and cement under the slab.

If you’re experiencing uneven concrete slabs due to settling or sinking, mudjacking may be a good solution to consider. Mudjacking can help restore the level of the concrete and prevent further damage, while also being a more cost-effective option compared to complete slab replacement.

However, if you’re experiencing issues with your home’s foundation, such as cracks in walls or floors, doors or windows that won’t close properly, or a leaning chimney, mudjacking may not be the best solution. These issues are typically caused by foundation settling or shifting, which requires a different type of repair such as steel pier foundation repair or helical pier foundation repair.

It’s best to have a professional foundation repair company inspect your home to determine the best course of action for your specific situation. They can assess the damage and recommend the appropriate repair method to ensure the safety and stability of your home.

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Are you finally ready to get that foundation looked at by a trained professional? Or maybe you are looking to waterproof your home or fix your driveway, either way Carter Concrete and Foundation repair is here to help. Simply fill out our free quote form and one of our experts will give you a call as soon as we can to help you with your next concrete project

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