Concrete leveling, concrete lifting, slabjacking, or mudjacking refers to lifting slabs of concrete. The process has been around since the early 1900's and uses hydraulic pressure to force concrete slurry, also known as "mud", underneath the slab to level the concrete.
"A lot of times people replace good concrete but it's expensive and unnecessary, you can simply pump it up"
Mike Irwin Says.
Mike continues, "This process is completed underneath the concrete. To level concrete, we drill 1-1/8" holes in the slab. Next, a slurry of agricultural lime (an environmentally friendly product), known as "mud", is injected underneath the slab to fill in the voids and bring the concrete back to it's original height."
Irwin Concrete Leveling is self contained. We carry our own supplies, including water, mud, electricity, and anything we need on our truck. Most jobs take just a few hours and can handle traffic soon after the job is completed.