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Mudjacking is a reliable and cost-effective alternative to replacing concrete Concrete settling and sinking is quite common. It occurs when the soil at the time of installation was not compacted properly, when water runoff is not channeled properly, or may also happen simply as a result of the natural settling of earth over time. Concrete lifting is the process of filling the voids under concrete, which results in the lifting of the concrete slab. Mudjacking, also referred to as slabjacking, concrete raising or pressure grouting, is the process of raising concrete slabs by hydraulically pumping a grout mixture, usually sand based material infused with Portland cement, under the slab of concrete. Mudjacking is typically less expensive than polyurethane foam concrete raising. While the process of mudjacking appears simple, it should only be completed by professionals so further damage does not occur. It’s simple math. Concrete contractors must make three trips to a location to replace a single slab of concrete, with trips for concrete removal, framing, pouring, and removal of framing material and cutting. Add to this the ever growing problem of environmental constraints on concrete disposal, and the replacement of a simple 10’x10’ piece of driveway, walkway, or pool deck can cost upwards of a $1000. Be environmentally friendly, and repair your concrete instead of replacing it!
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Concrete Replacement Is Expensive
Mudjacking is a reliable and cost- effective alternative to replacing concrete Concrete settling and sinking is quite common. It occurs when the soil at the time of installation was not compacted properly, when water runoff is not channeled properly, or may also happen simply as a result of the natural settling of earth over time. Concrete lifting is the process of filling the voids under concrete, which results in the lifting of the concrete slab. Mudjacking, also referred to as slabjacking, concrete raising or pressure grouting, is the process of raising concrete slabs by hydraulically pumping a grout mixture, usually sand based material infused with Portland cement, under the slab of concrete. Mudjacking is typically less expensive than polyurethane foam concrete raising. While the process of mudjacking appears simple, it should only be completed by professionals so further damage does not occur. It’s simple math. Concrete contractors must make three trips to a location to replace a single slab of concrete, with trips for concrete removal, framing, pouring, and removal of framing material and cutting. Add to this the ever growing problem of environmental constraints on concrete disposal, and the replacement of a simple 10’x10’ piece of driveway, walkway, or pool deck can cost upwards of a $1000. Be environmentally friendly, and repair your concrete instead of replacing it!

VIDEOS

LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR SERVICES

OTHER SERVICES

WE ARE A ONE-STOP SOLUTION FOR ALL YOUR UNDER-SLAB NEEDS
 We Stop Small Repairs From Becoming Big Ones  - Mark Peterson
Proudly Serving the Greater New Orleans Area.  
It Is What It Is. No Job Too Large Or Too Small - Mark Peterson

SAND PUMPING

VIDEO DRAIN INSPECTION

UNDER-SLAB PIPE REPAIR

DRAIN CLEANING

PLUMBING 

WATER HEATER INSTALLS

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CONTACT Mark@PetersonPlumbing NOLA.com (504) 915-6587
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ADDRESS 2724 Crestview Ave Kenner, LA  70062
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