Basement Floor Repair
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Cracks In The Basement Floors
The truth is all concrete crack. Left unchecked, over time the cracks grow and the concrete begins to fluctuate. Noticeable height differences can be seen, and cracks began to grow in size. Depending on the pattern of settlement, a basement floor can settle significantly without any trip hazards forming at the cracks.
In older basements, many slabs were poured to slope towards the floor drains. An experienced basement mudjacking estimator can pretty quickly spot the signs of settlement versus poured-in slope.
How Basement Mudjacking Works
Mudjacking a basement is relatively straightforward and similar to raisinga driveway, sidewalks, or a garage floor. Our team drills small holes through the basement floor at specific points in the slab. After a few holes are drilled, we mix the mudjacking slurry, then pump it into the previously drilled holes. The amount of slurry pumped underneath it will vary depending on the sizes of the void underneath the slab. We use a measuring tool to accurately level the basement floors back into place.
Overall the process is quick and cleanup is small. Any cracks on the surface on the slab will be patched and cleaned.