Slabjacking, also known as mudjacking, concrete lifting, concrete leveling, slab lifting, slab raising and concrete raising. Raising the sunken concrete is accomplished by drilling a series of 1 5/8” holes strategically placed throughout the slabs. A stabilizing slurry of sand/clay/cement is pumped under the slab filling the void, pressurizing and hydraulically raising the sunken slab to its original height.
The consistency of the material can be made according to different conditions at each job site. Once the slabs are raised, the slurry hardens like clay providing a stable sub-base that won’t erode or settle. The holes are then patched to match the existing concrete.
The process saves our customers 50%-70% over the cost of removal and replacement applications and is minimally disturbing to the surrounding areas.
Minimal Site Disturbance
Safe & Efficient
Retains Slab Colour
BEFORE & AFTER
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Raising & Repair