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When your concrete slabs, driveways, and steps become uneven, a cost effective solution is mudjacking. Also known as mud jacking, concrete raising, concrete lifting, or slabjacking, this concrete leveling technique involves injecting concrete material below the sunken concrete, raising it to the point where it is level again. When looking for a mudjacking company near you, be sure to get read reviews, get multiple quotes, and ask for references to help ensure you find someone who will do the job right.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does mudjacking cost?

Mudjacking a concrete slab foundation costs between $550 and $1,350 in most cases. Expect to pay $2 to $8 per square foot.

Common price variables include the size and type of surface, as well as the exact technique your contractors use. Ask for an on-site evaluation to get an exact price.

What's the difference between mudjacking and foam jacking?

The biggest difference is that mudjacking uses concrete-cement mud mix, while foam jacking uses a polyurethane foam solution. That leads to 4 differing results.

Mudjacking:

  1. Less expensive: $2 - $8 per square foot
  2. 5- to 10-year longevity before the concrete sags again
  3. Slightly invasive: requires drilling large holes in the concrete
  4. Best for non-loadbearing concrete and driveways

Foam jacking:

  1. More expensive: $10 - $25 per square foot
  2. More permanent: can last indefinitely
  3. Less invasive: smaller holes in the concrete
  4. Best for loadbearing concrete like home foundations

How long does mudjacking take to dry?

Most mudjacking mixtures take between 1 and 8 hours to dry. The exact time depends on the mixture, whether the concrete is loadbearing, and the size of the job. Polyurethane only takes about 15 minutes to cure before it's fully loadbearing.

What should I expect from good mudjacking contractors?

  • Good online reviews that show their expertise and credibility
  • References from other homeowners like you
  • Extensive mudjacking experience for the type of job you need
  • Active license and insurance that applies to your home state
  • Expertise in multiple methods, like polyurethane foam, depending on the job
  • Willingness for an on-site visit before any commitment or payment
  • Free estimates that help you better understand project costs
  • A guarantee on their work to prevent sudden breakdowns.