Mud Jacking




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Mud Jacking

Mudjacking is a lifting and leveling procedure which involves drilling two inch diameter holes through the slab in the affected area, a two inch hose with a nozzle that fits in the holes is coupled to the slab and a thick mud grout is pumped at high pressure under the floor. The mud is typically comprised of sandy loam soil, water and about twelve percent Portland cement.

The grout is pumped under the slab at several hundred pounds of pressure until all voids are filled and the hydraulic pressure lifts the slab to where it needs to be.

Mudjacking has been successfully used to lift streets, porches, and driveways, sidewalks and slabs at a cost much lower than replacement.

Call us today to learn more about how Heck's Mudjacking crew can save your slab.

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