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    Our service to fix your concrete problems is also known as:

    • Mud Jacking
    • Concrete Lifting
    • Concrete Raising
    • Void Filling
    • Pressure Grouting

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    Discount Concrete Leveling Service
    Houston, Texas

    Phone: 713-568-9456
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    Discount Concrete Leveling
    Following are some frequently asked questions about the concrete repair business:

    Q. How does it work?

    A number of 1½" holes are drilled in the sunken concrete. A slurry is pumped through the holes. When the void under the sunken concrete is filled with the mixture, the concrete will rise. The holes are patched with concrete and the surface is ready to use in three to four hours.

    Q. What are the advantages of mud jacking?

    The cost of mud jacking is a fraction of the cost of replacement. Mud jacking is faster, cleaner, and more cost effective. Mud jacking is usually a permanent fix to your concrete problems.

    Q. Is this a new way to fix sunken concrete?

    Mud jacking is a common repair method that has been used for many years, mostly in the Midwest region of the U.S. However, professional mud jack contractors can now be found in just about every city in the U.S. The concept is very simple, but should only be attempted by professionals, as it requires experienced and specialized equipment to get the work just right.

    Q. Why has my concrete settled?

    There are many different reasons,-sometimes in new construction, the backfill around the foundation is not compacted properly. This will create voids and the concrete may settle. The backfill around utilities, such as a sewer line that was replaced, will settle over time.

    Q. How does erosion cause my slab to settle?

    If the slab is on a hill and water starts running into an open crack, control joint, or alongside the slab, this will eventually wash out the supporting soil and cause the slab to settle and crack.

    Q. How does time affect my slab?

    Over a period of many years the slab will settle so slow, that you just don't really notice, but one day, for some reason, it will come to your attention.

    Q. Can excessive weight cause my slab to settle?

    You may have a large vehicle, or pile of landscaping material etc, that is left on the slab for a prolonged period of time. This will accelerate the settlement process.

    Q. How do rodents create problems?

    Animals can create major tunneling which leads to voids.

    Q. What are the benefits of Concrete Leveling over replacement?

    The cost of leveling usually represents a savings of 50%-70% over replacement. The leveling process can be completed and ready for use in a matter of hours. No Municipal Building Permits are required.

    Q. Can any concrete slab be raised or leveled?

    Generally, yes. However when large areas have crumbled or deteriorated, replacing the concrete may be the only option.

    Q. Our concrete appears to have "raised up". Can Concrete Slabs be lowered?

    Generally, no. However adjacent slabs can be "Feathered" or "Floated" to eliminate trip hazards.

    Q. Tree roots have raised my sidewalk. Can it be leveled?

    We can generally "Feather" or "Float" the surrounding slabs to even out the offsets. This will then eliminate the trip hazard.