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Q: What is mudjacking?

A: Mudjacking is a process used to raise concrete by drilling holes through the top surface of the concrete slab and pumping, under hydraulic pressure, a slurry mixture underneath.

Q: Is it expensive?

A: Mudjacking can typically be completed at 1/4 to 1/3 of replacement costs.

Q: What can be mudjacked?

A:  Basically any concrete flat work can be lifted.  We raise sidewalks, stoops, driveways, pool decks, garage floors, patios, factory floors, office floors, streets and runways.

Q: How do I accept a proposal?

A: Simply call our office and we will get you scheduled.

Q: How do I pay?

A: We currently accept cash or check to be presented upon completion of the job. No deposits are required .

Q: Is there a warranty?

A:  The warranty is printed on the back side of all estimating proposals. If the concrete slab sinks more than 1/2 inch within two years of performing the work, we will come out and rework the settled slabs at no additional cost.  

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Q: Do I need to be home?

A:  It is only necessary to be present if the area in question is an interior, locked structure, locked yard or to settle up payment.

Q: How do I get an estimate?

A:  You can request an estimate by calling our office, email or online on the website.

Q: When can the mudjacking be done?

A:  Mudjacking is dependent on the weather.  Therefore, in our climate, we generally work forom Mid-March through Mid-December.

Q: How long does the work take to be done?

A:  That depends on the size of the job.  Most residential work can be completed on the day scheduled.  Timing and finishing is always dependent upon the weather.

Q: What do you do with the holes when you are done, and how big are they?

A:  The holes that are drilled are approximately 1 1/2 inch in diameter,The holes are patched with a concrete patch.

Q: How long will the area that is raised be out of service?

A:  Most areas can be used right after we finish. with the exception of vehicles or heavy equipment for  24 – 48 hours.