The mud jacking process

Mud jacking is a process that was developed in 1929 by an Iowa farmer and his wife to lift county and state roads. Since then the equipment and techniques have evolved into a way to restore commercial and residential concrete to its original grade and height.

The process of mud jacking has been a proven clean, cost-effective, and non-invasive approach to lifting settled concrete for over 80 years.

3 Easy Steps

Step 1 DrillA pattern of 1 5/8" holes are drilled throughout the sunken slabs.



pumpA mixture of pond sand and cement, known as grout, is pumped under the slab. Once any void is filled, the grout becomes pressurized and hydrauically raises the slab to the desired height.

Step 3 SealThe holes are then patched with cement.