Are buckling slabs in your driveway making it difficult to park? Have you been tripping over a corner of concrete jutting out of your garden walk? Uneven or cracked surfaces are unattractive and inconvenient. They can also pose a danger to your family or your business. We provide a less expensive solution to your problem than replacing the concrete.
Established in 1988, Keating MudJacking & Concrete Inc. can raise and level all sorts of concrete surfaces.
With 30 Years of experience, we’ve got the skills and knowhow to fix your concrete problem, residential or commercial. The rising, sinking, or cracking of a concrete slab in your driveway, patio, garage floor, sidewalk, or porch steps can be mudjacked instead of replaced saving you a substancial amount of money.
Concrete slabs such as driveways, sidewalks, patios and garage floors are supported by soil. When that soil fails, voids form beneath the concrete. Eventually the concrete slab begins to settle creating an uneven or cracked surface. We fill these void areas and raise your concrete back to it’s proper position.
With our uniquely built mudjacking pump that is capable of pumping long distances, the equipment can remain in the street instead of dragging it through the homeowner's yards. This also allows the mudjacking crew to be reduced from 3 or 4 to just 2 men. The savings is then passed on to our customers, giving you great quality service for a lower price than our competitors. Our experienced crew quickly and effectively levels uneven concrete surfaces. We offer FREE Estimates and guaranteed repairs. We are a licenced contractor and are fully insured for your protection.
Concrete slabs such as driveways, sidewalks, patios and garage floors are supported by soil. When that soil fails, voids form beneath the concrete.
Eventually the concrete slab begins to settle, creating an uneven or cracked surface.
Soil failure can occur for a number of reasons but almost always occurs due to poor compaction during the construction of your home. In order for your foundation to be poured your lot has to be dug out eight to ten feet deep. After the foundation has time to set, the hole around the foundation is filled and the yard is graded. The driveway, sidewalks, patios and garage are then poured on the loose soil. This loose soil eventually settles and so does your concrete.
This is where we come in. We fill these void areas and raise your concrete back to it’s proper position.
We drill a series of 2” holes through the concrete in a pattern that allows us to pump a cement modified soil (slurry) under the slab of concrete. This cement modified soil spreads and fills the void area. When the area is completely filled positive pressure is produced and the concrete slab can be raised.
Since the ‘slurry’ has spread under such a wide area the pressure under the concrete is low. This allows the concrete to be safely raised, limiting cracks that occur during the lift.
After the concrete is raised into position we clean the area and fill the drilled holes with concrete. In about four hours, the concrete we place in the holes will be set enough to allow traffic back onto the surface.
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