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What kind of material do you use to raise concrete?

What kind of material do you use to raise concrete? Mudjacking material is a sand based grout that will not lose its density. Combined with Portland cement this non-organic mixture is pumped under the slab of concrete.  Different from organic material, RaiseRite’s slurry will not decompose or breakdown. Polyurethane material

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How many hole will there be?

How many holes will there be? On the day of your work, holes are strategically drilled every 3-5 feet in the settled area.  Less holes are typically drilled for polyurethane applications.  Holes are necessary to lift slabs, drilling holes cannot be avoided. As demonstrated in this image, polyurethane concrete raising

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How long will it take to get my work done?

How long will it take to get my work done? After an estimate is requested, we will have our seasoned estimator look at your project and provide you a proposal to complete your concrete repair work. Provided the area is accessible to our estimator, it is not  necessary to be

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How much does concrete raising cost?

How much does concrete raising cost? Concrete raising is typically about half the cost of replacing the same concrete.  Ultimately, the cost of raising or stabilizing concrete is a direct reflection of how much material the project will take.  A simple project to raise a slab of concrete will cost

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