How much money will I save by mudjacking?

Mudjacking is approx 1/2 - 1/3 the cost of concrete replacement.

How long does Mudjacking take?

Average mudjacking jobs usually take 1 - 2 hours. Larger jobs take longer but usually not longer than 1 day.

Is there a warranty?

Yes. Our mudjacking warranty guarantees no more than ½” of settlement in 2 years. If you have questions on whether or not your work is covered under warranty, an estimator will view the property and take measurements for you.

No. We do not warranty any crack repair or void filling between concrete slabs or concrete and other surfaces. We can fill a void or a crack with products like polyurethane caulk and polymeric sand, but this is a one-time application, and will only be re-applied for an additional charge.

How can I pay?

Payment is due upon completion of the job unless otherwise specified on the estimate. We accept check, credit card, and cash. Check or cash can be given to the Crew Leader on the job site. Credit card can be taken through our office which can be reached at (708) 331-8251.

Do I need to be present for the work?

We highly encourage our customers to be present for the work, but it is not required. If our crew has to return to the property a second time for customer satisfaction, an additional charge may apply.

Do I need to do anything beforehand?

Please make sure that work site it clear of all objects, furniture, and personal items ect. The crew will need access to water and electric.

What if there is expected rain?

Our office will notify you in a timely manner if your job will be re-scheduled due to weather. More than likely, your job will be re-scheduled to the following business day.

What can be mudjacked? What cannot?

All concrete can be mudjacked. Examples include driveways, steps, patios, pools, basement floors, garage floors, sidewalks, grain bins, city streets, boat ramps, parking lots, interior floors, loading docks, runways, highways, schools, generator pads, warehouse floors, and more. There may be a few circumstances when concrete cannot be mudjacked. It is best to get an estimate to find out. Also, if the concrete is severely broken up, it is usually better to have it replaced than mudjacked.

Why not replace?

Mudjacking is just a less expensive alternative to your concrete issues.