Hazards like broken or uneven concrete can be caused by a number of problems like spaces in the soil underneath the concrete or a bad backfill job done by a builder trying to save money. These problems can cause the concrete to sink or break up. Concrete leveling techniques can be used to repair virtually any cement slab problems. Mudjacking technicians drill a number of strategic holes in the faulty cement slab and pump them full of concrete in order to raise or "jack up" the area. The pressure created by the new concrete pumped into the holes will fill any voids beneath the surface and raise the level of the concrete.
Concrete Leveling Costs Figures vary depending on the extent of the problem and the condition of the concrete. Some of the factors that impact cost are the accessibility of the faulty area, how far it needs to be raised and how many technicians it will take to get the job done. Concrete leveling equipment is large, bulky and difficult to maneuver into small or tight spaces. Most concrete leveling companies provide some kind of guarantee of their work for at least a year.
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