Mudjacking is a process of raising sunken concrete by:

  1. Drilling a pattern of 1″ – 1 ½” through the concrete
  2. Pumping a sand/cement mixture, known as grout, under the concrete raising and stabilizing it to the desired height.
  3. Drill-holes are then filled and patched with cement.

Mudjacking can be performed to raise a wide variety of concrete: driveways, patios, parking lots, sidewalks, porches, garage floors, basements and much more! Mudjacking jobs are a fraction of the cost of removing and replacing concrete; on average 50 – 70% less. Not only does mudjacking save you money, but it will also save you time as most jobs are complete within a couple hours and can be used in a couple hours.