Superior Concrete Raising

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With over 15 years of experience, Superior Concrete Raising LLC offers the greater Minneapolis/St. Paul area comprehensive concrete raising services at competitive rates. We are family-owned and operated. Our owner is on every job, making certain the job is done well and you are well satisfied. We are fully licensed and insured, guarantee all work for three years, and offer FREE estimates. Our priority is customer satisfaction, pay when the work is done.


What is mudjacking? Mudjacking, also known as slabjacking, is a process used to raise and level concrete slabs that have settled or sunk over time. This method involves drilling small holes (1”) in the concrete slab and pumping a mixture of crushed limestone and water, through the holes. The mixture fills any voids under the slab and lifts it to its original position. The mixture also helps to stabilize the soil and prevent future settling. The holes are then patched with the appropriate material to best match the surrounding concrete. Mudjacking is typically used to repair sidewalks, driveways, patios, garage floors, and other concrete surfaces that have settled due to soil erosion, poor compaction, or other factors. It is a cost-effective alternative to replacing the entire concrete slab, as it only targets the affected areas and can be completed in a matter of hours. Mudjacking is considered a safe, effective and environmentally friendly method for raising and leveling concrete, and it has been used for many years with great success.

Mudjacking vs Polyjacking

Mudjacking and foam jacking are two common methods used to raise and level concrete slabs that have sunk or settled. Mudjacking involves drilling small holes in the concrete and pumping a mixture of water and crushed limestone through the holes to lift the slab. Foam jacking, on the other hand, uses a polyurethane foam injected through small holes to raise the slab.

Both mudjacking and foam jacking have their own advantages and disadvantages, and which one is better depends on the specific situation. However, mudjacking may be considered better than foam jacking in certain cases for the following reasons:

  1. Polyurethane foam is a petroleum-based product, and its production and disposal can have negative environmental impacts.
  2. Polyurethane waste can produce hazardous chemicals when incinerated or put into landfills.
  3. Polyurethane foam is not permeable, which means that moisture can get trapped under the slab, leading to issues with mold, mildew, and other moisture-related problems.
  4. A growing number of people consider injecting more petroleum products into our neighborhoods concerning.

In general, mudjacking is less expensive than foam jacking because the materials used in mudjacking are cheaper. Mudjacking materials are typically made from natural materials such as sand, crushed limestone, water, and cement, whereas foam jacking materials are made from petroleum-based products.

While polyurethane foam jacking can be an effective method for raising and leveling concrete, it is important to consider the potential drawbacks and consult with a professional contractor to determine the most appropriate method for your situation.

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