Our Mudjacking and Concrete Repair Service does not require demolition or replacement of the existing concrete which saves you money!
All City Mudjacking, Inc., founded in 1984, offers you over 29 years of concrete repair and installation experience. We are experts at Mudjacking, plus we use the latest concrete raising technology to ensure your job is done right!
We are committed to bringing you quality workmanship at affordable prices.
All City Mudjacking can help! Our team of concrete leveling pros provide mudjacking and concrete leveling services to get your driveways, sidewalks, and floors like new without the expense of demo, removal, and replacing your concrete. With our many years in the concrete business, established in 1984, All City Mudjacking, Inc., knows the importance of fixing concrete surfaces. Uneven and sinking concrete is a safety hazard but also can significantly affect your structure and cause substantial expensive damage if not addressed immediately. Don’t wait! Give All City Mudjacking a call today to schedule a consultation.
Mudjacking 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.
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.
The cost of mudjacking averages a fraction of the cost of replacement. Mudjacking is faster, cleaner, and more cost effective. Mudjacking is usually a long lasting fix to your concrete problems.
If you have concrete that is not level or sinking, such as a driveway or sidewalk, concrete lifting or mudjacking is the process for correcting these uneven surfaces without having to replace the concrete. Lifting the concrete with mudjacking is a cost-effective way to fix your concrete surfaces rather than the much more expensive way which is demoing and replacing it. Mudjacking is used in both residential and commercial properties.
Concrete lifting or mudjacking is not a difficult process. The procedure involves injecting a soil-based grout under the concrete slab and lifting the concrete and providing a solid foundation underneath to keep it from sinking.