Depending on your needs and the extent of the sagging, we’ll recommend one of two techniques to restore your concrete back to its former glory: mudjacking or polyurethane concrete raising. Keep reading to learn more about these techniques and how they can help you
Mudjacking is a simple, cost-effective method of raising concrete. Usually it can be done for less than half the cost of pouring new concrete. Mudjacking also doesn’t require any demolition, cleanup, removal or landscaping.
Even better, because mudjacking is such a simple and economical system, most of the time, the results can be walked on and used the very same day.
This is, without a doubt, the latest and greatest concrete leveling tool available. Polyurethane concrete raising uses much of the same process as traditional mudjacking. We start by drilling a number of holes into the concrete, then we pump the polyurethane into those holes. The polyurethane expands and lifts the concrete.
The difference is that, since the polyurethane is a much more advanced material than the grout used in mudjacking, we don’t have to drill as many holes. This allows us to complete the job more quickly and thoroughly.
In most other ways, polyurethane concrete raising is the same as mudjacking. There’s no demolition or removal to worry about. The cost is about half of that of re-pouring the concrete. Lastly, the fixed concrete is ready to be used that same day.
Whether you choose polyurethane concrete raising or mudjacking, most projects can be completed quickly and economically. We’ll do our best to get the job done and be on our way in as little as a day, and we’ll always work around your equipment and your schedule. Learn more about how we can make your concrete surfaces safe and level once again. Contact us today to get started!