What is mud jacking?
Mud jacking is a process that raises sunken concrete back to its original level. This unique process will restore sunken or uneven concrete slabs close to their original grade and alignment with surrounding concrete slabs.
Is this a new way to fix sunken concrete?
Mud jacking is a common repair method that has been used for many years, mostly in the mid-west region of the U.S. However, professional mud jack contractors can now be found in just about every city in the U.S.. The concept is very simple, but should only be attempted by professionals, as it requires experience and specialized equipment to get the work just right.
How does it work?
A number of 1.5-inch holes are drilled in the sunken concrete. A slurry is pumped through the holes. When the void under the sunken concrete is filled with the mixture, the concrete will raise. The holes are patched with shrink proof grout and the surface is ready to use.
What are the advantages of mud jacking?
The cost of mud jacking averages a fraction of the cost of replacement. Mud jacking is faster, cleaner, and more cost effective. Mud jacking is usually a permanent fix to your concrete problems.
How much does it cost?
The cost varies by the size, condition, and amount the concrete has fallen. Crackerjack mud jacking provides free, no hassle, no pressure estimates.
Why is Crackerjack the best choice for all of your mud jacking needs?
Crackerjack uses a premium quality grout mixture of topsoil, sand, and Portland cement that is extremely low shrink and 100% stable. Crackerjack provides fast professional and courteous service to all areas of the city. We provide a Two-year warranty for all of our work. We perform Mud jacking for all applications: residential, industrial, commercial and municipal.
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