Raising concrete back to its original position is often referred to as mudjacking. Mudjacking is a tried-and-true process that has been used since the early 1900’s. This can be applied to driveways, sidewalks, patios, and pretty much every other concrete base you can imagine.

By drilling small holes about 1⅝ inch in diameter, and filling them with a cement slurry, you can fill the voids underneath the concrete and it will begin to raise back to the original position. We do all this with high pressure hydraulic pumps to fill in as many voids as possible under your concrete. Once the concrete is raised and supported, we fill the small holes drilled to match your concrete as closely as possible.

Once the mudjacking process is complete, you can typically use the area again within only a few hours.

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