Concrete leveling is also known as concrete raising, mudjacking or slab jacking.
We offer concrete leveling services to:
- Garage floors
- Pool decks
- Parking lots
- Interior house floors
- Warehouse floors
- Void fills and stabilizing
- Leveling of cracked concrete to an extent (some small replacement if needed)
Our Process: Depending on the concrete issue you may have, we determine the correct areas to drill holes into your sunken or uneven concrete. Some holes are used for lifting while others are used to insure the slab is completely full underneath. Before the lifting process begins we must determine whether or not the concrete must be cut between the seams in order to lift the concrete separately to prevent binding which can result in cracking. After pumping our mud and concrete mixture under your slabs in the designated areas, we will plug the holes and wash it down. We then soak up and patch the holes with concrete. The average job may take anywhere from 2-6 hours and we ask to keep any vehicles off for 2-3 days. We give a 2 year warranty!
- Concrete joint caulking
- Stamped concrete seal coating
- Pre-cast step replacement
Why is it so important to hire a licensed contractor?
If you hire an unlicensed contractor and they break or damage anything (examples: City water lines, sewer lines, foundation walls, windows, etc.) you’re responsible. If a worker gets hurt and can’t work for two years, you are responsible for that workers’ medical bills and lost wages.
Furthermore, your standard homeowners insurance or landlord liability insurance isn’t going to cover you for these events. Most of these policies exempt damage caused by the knowing use of illegal or unlicensed contractors.
Yes! We are licensed & fully insured. Be careful of other companies claiming to be licensed. Ask for physical proof of their contractors license!
Before & After Mudjacking A Patio With Negative Pitch!
Great example of how it works! *Watch video below!*
Very similar to our process, this company uses the same hydraulic pumps we use. Although it is a different rig setup. Their material mixer is automatic, where as we manually mix our material consisted of screened top soil and portland cement into a concrete mixer attached to the back of a trailer.