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What is Mudjacking?
Mudjacking (concrete lifting, concrete levelling) is a process in whereby a concrete
grout is injected below sunken concrete slabs ao as to raise them back to their
original height. Mudjacking is a popular and cost effective alternative solution to
removing old concrete and pouring new concrete - and it's done at a fraction of the
cost. Thismethod of concrete repair was initially developed in the city of
Mt. Pleasant, Iowa in 1929 by a man named John Poulter. The first commercial
use of the mudjacking process was by the Iowa Department of Transportation.
Concrete Lifting and Concrete Levelling (sometimes referred to as concret repair or 'mudjacking') is a cost effective and quite common repair method that has been
used for many years, mostly in the midwest region of the United States. Now,
professional mudjacking contractors can be found in just about every city in the U.S.
While the concept of concrete lifting may be very simple, it should only be attempted
by professionals because it requires experience and specialized equipment to get
the concrete to lift just right. Careless or improper use of mudjacking equipment
could result in destruction of the concrete, damage to property or severe injury to
A.A.T. Infra-Red, Inc. can return sunken concrete to near its original elevation for a
fraction of the cost to replace concrete. Mudjacking is faster, cleaner, and more
effective than concrete replacement. In addition to that, Mudjacking usually
provides a permanent fix to your concrete problems.
- Repair Concrete Sidewalks
- Repair Concrete Steps
- Repair Concrete Patios
- Repair Concrete Driveways
- Repair Concrete Garage Floors
- Repair Concrete Pads
- Repair Concrete Curbs
- Repair Concrete Wheelstops
- Repair Concrete Porches
- Repair Concrete Ramps
- Repair Concrete Slabs
- Repair Concrete Docks
- Repair Concrete Seawalls
and other cities in the surrounding states of Wisconsin and Indiana