Raising and leveling your sunken concrete is more cost and time effective than replacing it!
Uneven concrete slabs can present safety issues, damage vehicle tires, and look unappealing. Instead of replacing your concrete slabs, often times you can raise / level them for a fraction of the time and money. The process of raising concrete slabs by hydraulically pumping grout, a composite of sand based material and Portland cement, under the slab is called Mudjacking concrete raising. This process is also commonly referred to as slabjacking, concrete raising, or pressure grouting.
What types of problems can concrete raising fix?
Concrete raising is an easy alternative to replacing your sunken concrete, often times saving you over 50% of the cost of replacement! Some common areas we raise, level and repair are patios, front porches, driveways, sidewalks, garage & parking slabs, steps, and pool decks.
Benefits of mudjacking concrete raising:
- Mudjacking is the most economical means of raising and repairing your concrete
- More cost effective than polyurethane concrete raising, and exponentially more cost effective than concrete replacement
- Quick and clean, most jobs can be done and have concrete ready to use the day of
We have been helping home owners level and repair their concrete for over 45 years and are the only Wisconsin concrete raising company that provides professional mudjacking concrete raising and polyurethane concrete raising services! Raise-Rite is Wisconsin’s trusted concrete repair contractor. Schedule an mudjacking estimate in Green Bay, De Pere,Appleton, Oshkosh, Sheboygan, Manitowoc, Two Rivers, Neenah or nearby to learn more about why mudjacking or polyurethane concrete lifting with Raise-rite is the best cost saving and time saving option for repairing sunken driveways, sidewalks and more!
Worked with Christina at Raise-Rite along with others. From beginning to end this company met my expectations. Realistic about the timing for the estimate and eventually the timing when I awarded them the work. Why? No fluff. I did my research ahead of time and in my communications with Raise-Rite they were very knowledgeable and up front about all aspects of what can be achieved when lifting old concrete. Photos taken as part of the estimate showed what the work would entail. I asked for adjustments which they did and ultimately performed the work exactly the way I expected. I had mud-jacking done years ago on the same concrete but in different area's. Clean up was great and the smaller holes used with Poly made difficult to see it was lifted. They also performed some additional work at no charge, suggested by the on-site crew. Small task but I had not asked for, they did anyway just because it was the rite thing to do.
Do you have uneven concrete and don’t want to pay the cost to demo and replace it? Then Mudjacking concrete raising is right for you!
The mudjacking / slabjacking concrete raising process:
Step 1: Drill Holes
The first step we take when starting your concrete raising project is to strategically drill one inch holes into the section that requires lifting. These allow us to hydraulically fill the spaces underneath your concrete.
Step 2: Equipment Setup
After the holes have been drilled we setup our equipment. Trucks remain parked while the mudjacking crew maneuvers the pump to the repair site. Armed with the mobile pump, and many lengths of hose, the mudjacking crew can reach just about anywhere.
Step 3: Lift Concrete
A sand-based slurry, infused with Portland cement, is hydraulically pumped through the 1″ holes to fill voids and raise the settled concrete. As the slurry fills the voids and crevices under the concrete slab, the pressure of the filling begins to raise the concrete. We measure the level at which the concrete slab is raised, ensuring it’s raised enough to make it level with the surrounding slabs.
Step 4: Fill Holes
After our mudjacking crew has completed raising your concrete, we insert a plug into each hole, and patch it with new cement. The concrete slab is ready for use immediately. It is recommended, however, to allow the patch material to set-up before use, which typically takes a couple of hours.