Denver Mudjacking Can Save Your Old Concrete
Thursday, August 7, 2014
By Dave Roberts
The natural wear-and-tear of a building often results in problems that need to be repaired at some point. Even though concrete is a great building material because the durability and strength, it will eventually begin to break down.
If you are facing concrete problems, there are two options that you will need to choose from: to rip out the concrete and have it re-poured, or to use a Denver mudjacking service to repair and strengthen the old concrete.
Why Mudjacking is a Great Option to Consider
Some people haven't heard of mudjacking, so they don't understand the value of a mudjacking service. With mudjacking, you can save time and money, because it is an effective way to strengthen your old concrete. This process is just as durable and solid and re-pouring a brand new slab of concrete.
How Does Mudjacking Work?
When you hire a Denver mudjacking company, they follow a specific process to strengthen the concrete: first, holes are drilled into the concrete, in order to access the space below the concrete slab. Then a mix of gravel, concrete, and sand is pumped into those holes, in order to pour a foundation below the concrete slab. The process is fast and easy, and it is very safe and durable. The results speak for themselves, and you will see that the concrete is more sturdy and reliable.
Contact Cascade Mudjacking and we can help you to understand if mudjacking is the right solution for your old concrete. You can schedule a consultation by calling: (303) 840-4725