Concrete lifting, which is also known as mudjacking or slabjacking, corrects sunken and uneven concrete by creating a solid foundation under the problem area. The concrete is carefully and evenly raised to the proper height by injecting a grout mixture underneath the sunken slab or concrete area.
An injection of grout or polyurethane foam that fills the space between a foundation or concrete slab and the soil beneath the foundation or slab. Voids are usually caused by erosion
The treatment of soil to increase or maintain its stability or improve its solidity and strength using specialized grout or polyurethane foam. The result makes the ground stronger and more stable helping to prevent erosion and settlement.
Repairing concrete rather than replacing is a cost-effective solution. Sunken or unlevel concrete most times can be repaired for less cost and in less time than replacement.