Mudjacking 2019-01-28T17:46:55+00:00

MUDJACKING

Mudjacking – The GUARANTEED alternative to costly concrete replacement!

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Mudjacking is the process of raising concrete so that it is level and even. Concrete settlement will typically happen over time if placed on top of poor or non compacted base preparation. Erosion and other factors contribute to the degradation and settlement of concrete’s solid base which is holding it up. For that reason, mudjacking is an excellent option when you need to fix your concrete and make sure that it is able to stand the test of time.

  • Mudjacking, by Concrete Chiropractor in New Jersey offers cost effective solutions for concrete problems that arise from both residential home inspections during their real estate sale along with being a NJ commercial concrete repair company.
  • We are able to make sure that your dropped and unsupported sidewalks or other concrete slabs don’t degrade or cause any other problems in the future for your home or commercial concrete.
  • With the right mudjacking service, it is entirely possible to have your concrete fixed.
  • Concrete Chiropractor is able to repair your concrete by raising it up (aka Mudjacking) from the dropped surface that has either eroded or settled from lack of compaction.

Professionals like Concrete Chiropractor have long used mudjacking to improve and level foundations because of the variety of benefits associated with the technique. Mudjacking is relatively noninvasive, only requiring 1″ or so holes in your foundation, and not destroying the landscape around the affected area. In addition, the technique comes with significant cost and time benefits, typically costing half the budget and only requiring a fraction of the time it would take to remove and repair your existing foundation.

If your concrete needs to be lifted up or repaired in any way, be sure to contact Concrete Chiropractor today to see what can be done to repair your home’s concrete damage. Concrete replacement should be used as your last alternative for broken or cracked concrete.