Slabjacking, also known as Mudjacking, is a restorative technique for the purpose of raising, leveling, and stabilizing concrete slabs around residential, commercial, agriculture and municipal properties. Overtime, concrete can sink or rise becoming unleveled creating trip hazards, and/or slant towards homes or business, draining water in basements. Let Nissen Slabjacking fix this for you! We drill holes into the sunken and unleveled concrete and pump a slury of find sand under the slabs, forcing them to rise and level out. The drilled holes are then patched with cement matching its surrounding area and can be used almost immediately. No demolition required, this saves you money. So, don’t replace it, save money and raise it!
driveways, patios, walkways, garage aprons and garage floors
customer sidewalks, curbs, shop floors and entryways
barn floors, content services and out buildings
handicap ramps, city sidewalks, maintenance sheds and city shelters
A pattern of 11/2” holes are drilled throughout the sunken slab.
Grout is pumped to fill up the void and becomes pressurized this causes the slab to be raised to the desired height.
The holes are then patched with cement and will closely match the current concrete. The slab can be used almost immediately.