Conventional mudjacking is a lower cost and is often more suited to outdoor applications.
Polyurethane (foam) lifting is ideal for indoor and tough access sites, as it does not require running a gas powered engine indoors and, overall, is a more efficient and clean solution.
Both processes involve the drilling of a series of small holes in the surface of the slab (read more here for mudjacking vs polyurethane foam lifting). A mixture is then pumped through the holes to fill the voids. When the voids are full the slab begins to rise until the proper level is reached.
The benefits of slab jacking
Safe and Cost Effective – no need to break up, remove, replace and dispose of existing slabs.
Visual Appeal – the colour and surface texture will remain consistent with the surrounding concrete, increasing property value, improving curb appeal and helping to prevent property damage.
Minimally Disruptive – Concrete raising services are significantly faster, less intrusive and environmentally friendly than concrete replacement services.
Contact Concrete Corrections for a free slabjacking estimate and to see whether slab jacking is suitable for your concrete issue.