Mud Jacking is an extremely cost effective solution to correct your concrete issues without disrupting your use of your driveway, patios, or sidewalks.
Keep the bottom line in place, save money & reduce down time.
Improve the look and resale value of your home today by making the necessary modifications to any damaged or settled concrete. Through a comprehensive evaluation of your residential property, Adam's Mud Jacking and Piering can identify an extremely cost-effective solution for repairing your concrete that can be implemented quickly.
What are the savings over concrete replacement?
- Mud Jacking is economical; cost a fraction 1/2 -1/3 of replacement
- Mud Jacking does not affect landscaping (sod will remain in place)
- Mud Jacking area can be used immediately - vehicle traffic 4 to 6 hours
- Unlike new concrete, Mud Jacking is not affected by weather
- Installation takes much less time
Your area will be ready for:
- foot traffic in as little as 1 hour
- vehicle traffic in 4-6 hours
- normal use the very same day
Let Adam's Mud Jacking and Piering raise and support your concrete to remove your trip hazards. We can fill voids, raise and support driveways, patios, sidewalks and stairs as well as any other residential concrete. If it is concrete, we can lift it and save you money today!
Mud Jacking is effective on all concrete:
Need something else? Just ask us.
With budgets being stretched thinner than ever, let Adam's Mud Jacking and Piering extend the life of your concrete, and maximize each dollar you spend. It’s always cheaper to lift than replace.
Mud Jacking OR Poly, The Hidden Costs...
People often ask why mud jacking is better than a polyurethane fill.
Polyurethane is a a petroleum-based, toxic material that is sticky and adheres to concrete. Eventually, all concrete must be replaced, and concrete that has been repaired by polyurethane won't be accepted at the recycling centers. Instead, it will be disposed of as toxic waste. When removing "toxic waste," it is the owner's responsibility to cover the massive cost to safely remove and dispose of it. It's a hidden cost no one tells you about.
Polyurethane has been used for over 30 years, but the cement grout used in mud jacking has been used for over 60 years. Cement grout is a non-toxic sealant that sub-seals floors at increased compressive strengths, while tightly sealing cracks. And, it's a fraction of the cost of polyurethane. Portland cement grout is eco-friendly and can be recycled, saving you money while being environmentally friendly.
Don't take our word for it.
Visit the American Pressure
Grouting & Mudjacking Association
for more information.