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New article on mudjacking

September 8th, 2010

Mudjacking might not sound attractive, but it’s a clean, cheap and environmentally friendly way to fix uneven concrete. A slurry of sand, clay, polymers and other materials are pumped beneath the sunken concrete, which is forced to rise back into place before the slurry hardens. The alternative, which involves tearing out and replacing the old concrete, is usually a lot more expensive and cumbersome. To find our more about the process, its advantages and limitations, check out our new article on mudjacking.

This blog entry was posted by Rob London.

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