The process we use to lift and level your concrete is called mudjacking. A slurry of loam and sand is mixed on site then hydraulically pumped under the slab until the voids are filled. As the mixture fills the voids beneath, the pressure from pumping the material supports and lifts the concrete until level. This process has been used for over eight decades very successfully. Other common names for the process include; concrete leveling, slabjacking, concrete lifting, and pressure jacking.
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