Concrete Driveway Repair
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What Causes a Driveway To Sink?
The most common cause of these problems is settlement of the underlying soil because it wasn’t properly compacted when the house was built, or when the driveway was placed. On average, it takes around 10 years for the backfill material to settle on its own after it is installed. The method to repair this problem is called concrete leveling.
Raising and Leveling a Concrete Driveway
For sinking concrete driveway we use mudjacking to lift it back at the proper level. Mudjacking is also referred to as slabjacking. Mudjacking corrects problems caused by injecting a mixture of sand-based grout under the slab. This mixture fills any cracks and voids underneath the slab, and provides a better support for the driveway. Mudjacking is an affordable alternative to replacing a damaged or sinking concrete slab.
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Affordable Mudjacking Concrete Lifting will professionally fix your driveway right. Get in contact with us to learn more and to schedule a free estimate!