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FAQs About Mud Jacking

Mud jacking is a common technical procedure used for raising and stabilizing damaged or broken concrete slabs. The repair method is also known as slabjacking, concrete lifting, or slab leveling. Over the years, the repair technique has come into focus for its many benefits – cost-effective, quick and clean repair, etc. In this blog post, we have gathered the most common questions asked by our customers regarding mud jacking.

1.    When Should I Consider Mud Jacking?

Mud jacking is required when there are visible cracks in the concrete of your driveway, walkway, patio, basement, garage floor, pool deck, and the likes. The best way to determine whether or not you should consider mud jacking is by getting your concrete surface inspected by a foundation contractor. They will be able to check the surface for its cracks and crevices and suggest if mud jacking is mandatory in your case.

2.    How Long Does Mud Jacking Usually Take?

This depends on the type of mud jacking job you are dealing with. Generally, mud jacking takes no more than 1 – 4 hours. However, extensive projects take much longer, but are wrapped up within a day.

3.    What Surfaces Can and Cannot Be Mud Jacked?

All types of concrete can be mud jacked including patios, driveways, sidewalks, patio flooring, garage floors, basement floors, parking lots, warehouse floors, loading bays, school floors, and any other concrete surface. However, in some cases, mud jacking concrete may not be possible. This is when the concrete is beyond repair. It’s usually better to get the concrete surface replaced rather than repairing it. To check whether or not a surface can be mud jacked is to consult a professional.

4.    How Much Does Mud Jacking Typically Cost?

The mud jacking cost varies from company to company. When choosing a mud jacking service, make sure you ask for the estimate first. Generally, the cost of leveling a concrete surface typically ranges from $550 – $2,000. However, in some cases, the cost may not be more than $300. It all depends on the size and condition of the surface that needs to be leveled up.

5.    What Can I Expect After Mud Jacking Is Done?

You can expect a smooth and evenly leveled surface. However, if the ground is not properly compacted, you may see a slight movement. Also, if the process is performed incorrectly, the concrete may further break down and cause severe damage to the floor.

Conclusion

Mud jacking is a neat and quick process to fix or level your concrete surface. If you are on the lookout for a trustworthy and reliable mud jacking company, look no further than Mud Dog Jacking – Utah’s Concrete Lifting Experts!