Mudjacking, also referred to as slabjacking or muckjacking, is the process of raising concrete slabs by hydraulically pumping a grout mixture, usually sand-based material infused with cement, under the slab of concrete. This is the more classic way of repairing a sinking concrete slab, but recently the process of polyjacking is gaining popularity in the industry. The mudjacking process has been perfected over many years of use and we can use it to effectively level you sinking, sloping, or settling concrete slabs. Whether it is a sidewalk, your driveway, a patio, or even a garage slab, mudjacking can restore the slabs to their original position.
Andrew Timp spent over an hour testing for water leaking into our basement. We have had many other contractors evaluate our problem without an accurate assessment. Andrew found the problem, which turned out to be a leak from the front door frame, not the foundation. He did not charge for the ...
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Basement Waterproofing in Manchester, MO
On 8/11/20 Ethan and his crew arrived ready for work at 7:30am, to fix our basement water seepage which has been a problem for us for many years. These very hard working and polite young men worked on this very dirty and messy job until about 5:30 pm that day. They returned the next day at 8am, and ...
Exterior Drainage in Alton, IL
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