Mudjacking and Slabjacking
Slabjacking, also referred to as mudjacking or commercial pressure grouting, is a foundation repair solution that involves pumping a mixture of cement and water underneath a concrete slab in order to lift it. Although the elements of the mixture remain virtually the same from project to project, the procedures might be very different depending on the specifics of the job.
The reason this procedure exists is to combat the natural sinking or settling of concrete. For instance, if the original concrete was installed on dirt that was not properly compacted, it is very likely that the slab will eventually start to sag. Soil erosion is another reason to implement mudjacking. Void filling can be performed for stabilization and to fill holes caused by erosion. Even after proper concrete installation, the natural movement of earth over time might require a slabjacking, or mudjacking, repair solution.
Slabjacking, or mudjacking, is an important pressure grouting solution because it helps to do away with unwanted water run-off and other potentially serious foundation issues.
The concrete experts at ESOG are able to implement advanced slabjacking solutions for virtually any sagging or settling concrete problem. Our slabjacking specialists are ready to meet your concrete frustrations with a proven solution.
- foundation wall repair
- commercial foundation piering
- compaction grouting
- concrete rehabilitation
- foundation crack repair
- floor leveling
- floor framing
- foundation waterproofing
For more information on slabjacking or to schedule a foundation inspection, contact our team of experienced commercial foundation contractors today.