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Slab Jacking

Slab Jacking before and afterSlab jacking, also called mudjacking, can usually be done for less than half the cost of pouring new concrete. However, the savings may be even greater, since the costs of demolition, removal and landscaping are eliminated. Most projects can be completed quickly and economically with minimal disruption. Our foundation repair professionals can raise a patio in the morning and the owner have a party on it that night! View our service area information.

Mudjacking is a cost-effective alternative to replacing sinking concrete. At Robbins and Co., we use this repair method at Seattle homes to fix: sidewalks, streets, ramps, patios, driveways, floors, parking lots, and garage floors--almost anything that's concrete. It is highly effective in commercial and residential situations.

Mudjacking is quick and easy. Since the old concrete is not removed, very little mess or inconvenience is involved. Surrounding sod is not damaged or removed, so there is no need to re-seed and wait for grass to grow, and the newly-raised slabs can be put back into service as soon as the job is finished. You don't have to wait for the grout to cure!

Slab Jacking Installation Steps

Not Just For Driveways

Mr. Hieu L. in Kent, WA needed help with his home. He had a front entry concrete porch that had dropped in the corner approximately 4-5” in the corner closest to the house. He called Robbins and Company Foundation Systems and we used the slab jack technique to lift the porch back straight.

Mud Jacking Porch

Mr. Gentile in Sammamish, WA needed help with his sidewalk.

Mudjacking Sidewalks WA