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Mudjacking Kansas City

What is Mudjacking?

Mudjacking is a process used to level sinking driveway or concrete slabs. It can be utilized to lift or stabilize concrete areas around homes or commercial buildings.

Why is it needed?

When the soil beneath driveways, sidewalks, and walkways shifts, the concrete will begin to “sink”. When this happens, you are left with uneven concrete that isn’t just an eyesore – it can become a safety issue. Fixing these problems, in concrete, is crucial to maintaining a safe living environment. Elderly adults and children can easily harm themselves, so it’s best to repair sinking concrete as soon as possible.

Mudjacking works for any situations involving concrete slabs. Often the problem is that there may be a void underneath the area. This void is the cause of the common “sinking” problem. By filling the void with our concrete grout mix we can raise the slab back to its designated elevation. Whether you need a sidewalk, driveway, or deck lifted think ‘CPS Foundation Repair’ as your solution. We handle mudjacking in Kansas City.

The positives of Mudjacking.

With mudjacking in Kansas City, there is no need to replace expensive landscaping or concrete. On average, mudjacking is 1/4 less than the expense of concrete replacement. If the concrete is not badly damaged, there is no reason to replace it. If you are looking to fix your concrete, sidewalk or walkways, give us a call and we, at CPS Foundation Repair, will come do an evaluation to see what process would best benefit for you! We got your covered!

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