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Mud Jacking Contractors

Mud jacking contractors offer a unique service designed to repair crooked concrete sidewalks, driveways, porches, and patios. These professionals pump mud or foam into the soil below to build pressure and lift the concrete back to its original position. Here are some questions you might want to ask before hiring a mud jacking contractor.

  • How long does the process take?
    It usually takes about three hours to complete a small to normal sized repair job. Larger projects may take longer to complete, but repairs to the foundation should still be finished within a day.

  • When will we be able to walk or drive on the concrete after the work is done?

    Once the ground is level, you should be able to walk or drive on it that same day. However, with larger projects you may have to wait up to five days.

  • Can I expect to see movement once the work is done?
    After the foundation has been repaired, you can expect the concrete to settle slowly, up to about a half inch. This will usually happen in the summer.

  • Is there a risk the concrete will crack?
    Occasionally cement slabs will crack as they are raised. This will happen less if your concrete has reinforced steel inside. Once the space below the concrete is filled, contractors can seal cracks to make sure the ground is waterproof and won’t leak in the building for years to come.

  • Are any projects too complex for mud jacking?
    Most mud jacking contractors do not recommend using their services to work on the foundation of a home. This is because pipes under the basement floor will create resistance, and often burst under the pressure. You might want to get in touch with a general contractor instead to find out about their realignment services.

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    Sometimes roadways need to be restored, due to all the wear and tear they experience over the years. This can be achieved through mud jacking, which involves injecting a mixture of grout underneath concrete slabs and foundations to prevent sagging. This is especially useful to lift sidewalks, basements, patios, and driveways. This process can level houses and porches, providing additional stability. Mud jacking contractors are the professionals skilled at performing this procedure. They use a variety of equipment and machinery to complete the process, such as pumps, trailer systems, hoses, and drills. Some of the duties mud jacking contractors take on include leveling, chimney realignment, and crack and cavity fillings. In addition, they typically perform waterproofing, coating, and sealing for flooring and other components. Mud jacking contractors are just one set of contractor present on a construction site. They add their expertise when it comes to repairing concrete foundations in buildings. Or, they can be hired by home and business owners for a one-time project, to fill cracks in basement floors, for instance, or provide reinforcement of concrete slabs using materials such as steel. If you need your house raised or your concrete foundations repaired by a professional, you can get a referral to a reputable mud jacking contractor through your general contractor or local building association. Some work in more of an industrial capacity, while others tend to focus more on residential homes. They can perform inspections if you’re unsure of leaks, cracks, or other imperfections in your driveway, patio, or resistance pier.



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