Frequently Asked Questions at Mud Dog Jacking

Mud Dog Jacking in Ogden, UT wants to make sure you understand the process of our mud jacking services completely. That’s why we are always available to answer any questions you may have. Browse through our frequently asked questions below and see learn more about what we do.

Mud jacking is a process that lifts a concrete slab using grout. The grout, or concrete slurry, is injected underneath the concrete slab through holes drilled through the concrete. The slurry hydraulically lifts the concrete slab restoring it to its original position. The whole process is short, allowing for regular use in just a few hours.

Mud (concrete) is much safer, reliable and more cost effective than Polyurethane (foam). This is why we don’t offer foam filling as an option.

To learn more, please visit our page Poly Foam VS Mud Jacking.

Mud jacking is a simple process, but it does take special equipment and experienced technicians. Mud Dog Jacking has everything you need to get the job done quickly and inexpensively.

Void filling has the same process as lifting concrete does. A grout mixture is pumped under the cement into voids left under a fixed slab through soil erosion and settled or washed out base work. This helps prevent sinking and cracking of hollowed cement.

That depends on the size of the job. Although, most residential work can be completed on the day scheduled, depending on the weather.

Although mud jacking is most often used for sidewalks, driveways and stairways, it can be used for any area of sunken concrete.

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Any concrete that is sunken can be lifted. We can raise driveways, garage floors, sidewalks, patios, streets, and runways.

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No. It won’t because asphalt is a product that will crack and fall apart if we try to raise it.