As Milwaukee’s leading concrete repair company, Atlas Mudjacking is committed to providing exceptional service to our customers in need of driveway, patio, garage, or other concrete repair. Our team of skilled technicians strive to meet all of our customer’s needs. Our reputation holds up! Whether you’re in need of concrete void filling, and/or concrete raising and leveling, we have the expertise and equipment to complete the job.
What is Concrete Void Filling?
Concrete void filling is essential to maintaining the safety and longevity of your concrete surfaces. When the soil beneath a concrete slab naturally settles or erodes, it can create voids or empty spaces that cause the slab to sink or become uneven. This change in the ground beneath the concrete can lead to various problems, from creating tripping hazards that can lead to injury to causing water damage to your property’s foundation. In addition to posing a risk to the structural integrity of your building, uneven concrete surfaces can also negatively impact the aesthetic appeal of your property. Other common causes of voids beneath concrete are due to rodents, water infiltration, and improper compaction of the soil during construction.
By filling the voids beneath the concrete slab, concrete raising and leveling experts can restore the slab to its original position and ensure that the soil below correctly supports it. Re-enforcing this support helps to prevent further damage and can even extend the lifespan of the concrete.
How Do You Know When You Need Concrete Void Filling?
Keep an eye out for the following signs that indicate the need for concrete void filling on your property:
- Uneven or sunken concrete slabs
- Cracks or gaps in the concrete surface
- Difficulty opening and closing doors due to uneven concrete
- Standing water or drainage issues on or around the concrete surface
- Tripping hazards caused by uneven concrete
The sooner issues with uneven or damaged concrete are addressed the better.
What Is The Process?
At Atlas Mudjacking, we offer two primary methods of concrete void filling: mudjacking and polyurethane injection. We will carefully evaluate your project and tell you which service is best for you.
The process of void filling begins with a thorough evaluation of the affected concrete surface. We use the best materials and techniques to ensure the void filling process is effective and long-lasting. Our mudjacking method involves pumping a specialized mixture of soil, clay, water, sand, and crushed limestone, into the voids beneath the concrete slab. This slurry fills the empty spaces, which lifts and levels the concrete to the desired height. Some projects do not require any lifting or leveling, just stabilization beneath the slab. Our polyurethane injection method uses a similar concept by injecting polyurethane foam best suited for your project into the drilled holes, which expands and fills the gaps and voids to lift, level, and stabilize the concrete.
No matter the method, we guarantee that your concrete surface will be stabilized.
Why Choose Atlas Mudjacking for Concrete Void Filling in Milwaukee?
Atlas Mudjacking is your trusted partner in all your concrete restoration needs in Milwaukee. With nearly 30 years of experience in the industry, we are committed to providing excellent service to our customers. Here are some of the reasons why we will exceed your expectations:
- We offer a 4-year warranty on all void filling projects.
- Our experienced technicians will evaluate your project and tell you which service is best for you, removing any guesswork.
- We use cutting-edge technology, including high-pressure injection, advanced polyurethane foam, precision leveling tools, and eco-friendly materials.
- We provide clear, concise information about our prices and services and prioritize communication.
Schedule a Free Estimate Today
Experience unparalleled concrete void filling services in Milwaukee with Atlas Mudjacking. Contact us today to learn more about our services and to schedule a consultation. Our friendly and professional team is ready to help you with all your concrete repair needs.