Category Archives: Mudjacking

5 Ways To Fix a Damaged or Uneven Concrete Patio

Are you asking “Can you fix a damaged concrete patio?” Nowadays, many homeowners have resorted to using concrete for laying their patio. However, in time, concrete patios can begin to crack or sink as they age due to erosion, tear, settlement, and wear like other concrete structures. If these things begin to happen, you may […]

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What Is Mudjacking, And What Is It For?

You know when you see a sidewalk, and part of it is raised up higher than the rest? Or a set of stairs where some of the steps are lower or higher than others? That’s called settled concrete, and it’s caused by the soil underneath shifting. When that happens, you need to mudjack. The question […]

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The History of Concrete Raising

While concrete is one of the most preferred materials for building ground surfaces, it’s not without its challenges. One of the most common challenges is when it sinks or settles, creating an uneven surface. This can be aesthetically displeasing, and it can also pose a serious safety hazard. There are a few different reasons why […]

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Why Mudjacking Is The Preferred Method Of Foundation Repair

Mudjacking is the process of filling in low spots in a concrete surface with a mixture of soil and cement. This is done to raise the surface back to its original level. Mudjacking is often used as a foundation repair method because it’s less expensive and less invasive than other methods. In this blog post, […]

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