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Mudjacking is the method used to raise sunken or un-level concrete slabs. The process is typically utilized on exterior members such as driveways, sidewalks, porches, etc. It can be done on an interior concrete slab on grade but will typically result in collateral damage to interior partitions, ceilings and drywall.
Holes are drilled through the slab our specially formulated mud is hydraulically pumped under the slab through the hole creating lift.
  • Mudjacking
  • Slabjacking
  • Concrete raising
  • Raise concrete
  • Level concrete
  • Sunken slab
  • Sunken concrete
  • Lift concrete / slab
  • Hydraulic concrete lifting
This is a process in which steel (rebar) is added to a slab that either does not have or has inadequate steel and is exhibiting movement due to soils either expanding or settling. Typical applications are in a fractured interior floor slab in a home. If expansive soils under a home become hydrated, they can swell causing the interior slab to heave. Usually the movement occurs at construction joints but can cause new fractures in the concrete slab as well.
Rebar stitches are installed at the point of fracture. By bonding the two separated slabs back together with stiching it creates a bigger, heavier slab that is harder to move if additional movement occurs in the future and they add flexural strength to the slab. Stitching is a very effective way to deal with common soil movement issues in structures.
  • Cracked tile
  • Fractured slab
  • Expansive soils
  • Slab stabilization
  • Concrete slab stitching
  • Concrete stitching
  • Cracked slab
  • Broken slab
  • Cracked foundation
  • Stitches
  • Concrete mending
The stem wall is the portion of the foundation that sits on the footing and sticks up out of the ground by a minimum of 6”. The exterior walls of the structure are built directly on top of the stem wall. Structural repairs become necessary when the rebar within the structure begins to corrode causing fractures in the stem wall. A typical indication is when a horizontal fracture in the stem becomes apparent.
The repair method entails demo’ing the concrete all the way back to behind the rebar and to sound concrete. Once the rebar is exposed, it is either repaired or replaced.
  • Cracked foundation
  • Broken foundation
  • Stem wall repair
  • Stem repair
  • Broken footing
  • Cracked footing
  • Fractured, cracked, broken, corroded, rusted
  • Exposed rebar