You have probably heard the term, but what is mudjacking? Mudjacking is a concrete leveling method that works by raising concrete that has sunk or settled. The process involves pumping a “slurry” mixture under the sunken concrete slab. The slurry fills voids beneath the surface and then expands and raises the slab to its desired level. This mixture consists of soil, clay, water, sand, crushed limestone, and cement. Mudjacking can be used for a variety of concrete surfaces, including, but not limited to driveways, sidewalks, patios, and steps. If a concrete slab has settled due to erosion or compaction, chances are that Atlas Mudjacking can solve the problem.
Residential & Commercial Spaces
At Atlas Mudjacking, we provide mudjacking services for both residential and commercial spaces. We frequently work with homeowners, property managers, and realtors. If you are in any way responsible for foundation repair or maintaining concrete slabs around a home or business, we are the company for you.
When it comes to commercial properties, we commonly level concrete slabs in parking lots, sidewalks, and other heavy traffic areas. By correcting the uneven concrete, you are reducing legal liability due to trip hazards. For residential properties, we often conduct concrete lifting services for driveways, walkways, steps, garage floors, and more.
Benefits of Mudjacking
There are several benefits to choosing mudjacking as your concrete repair method. When you hire professional mudjackers to correct sunken concrete slabs, you help prevent tripping hazards and other dangers. Sunken and settled concrete can also cause major problems with your foundation and basement if the concrete is not properly directing the rainwater and melted snow away from your home. The mudjacking process is also more convenient and less cumbersome than methods that involve ripping out and replacing the entire slab.
Affordability is another factor to consider when choosing lifting and leveling to correct your uneven concrete surfaces. Not only is mudjacking more cost effective than replacing concrete, but it will also help you avoid costly repairs down the line.
Environmentally Friendly Option
In addition to its other various benefits, mudjacking is also environmentally friendly as an alternative to the removal and full replacement of concrete slabs. Instead, with mudjacking, we simply inject cement slurry into the ground, enabling the current slab to be corrected rather than replaced. Additionally, in the case of concrete within structures, such as homes and garages, raising the concrete to previous levels can prevent future damage to those structures and their foundations.
Exceptional Customer Service
We know that when you hire a concrete contractor, you are looking for guarantees and a professional you can trust. When you choose Atlas Mudjacking for your concrete leveling needs, you will receive outstanding customer service along with a four year warranty. We pride ourselves on treating every customer like our only customer, no matter how big or small their project may be.
Because we are a small, locally owned and operated company, you will communicate directly with ownership from the start of the mudjacking process until the repair is complete. We will remain available during the four year warranty time period should you have any questions or concerns.
Contact Atlas Mudjacking Today
When deciding what to do about the uneven concrete in and around your home or business, keep in mind that mudjacking is a relatively quick repair option that is also environmentally friendly. When you choose Atlas Mudjacking, you are guaranteed a satisfying experience from start to finish. Our initial project estimates are final, regardless of unexpected events or findings, and the results are immediate. Additionally, the project area is clean due to no concrete splatter or heavy equipment driving through your landscape. We thoroughly clean up the area after completion so you can enjoy your newly-leveled concrete immediately.
To inquire about a specific mudjacking project or simply to learn more about mudjacking in general, contact Atlas Mudjacking today! We will be happy to answer your questions.