Mudjacking is a process used to fill voids and add additional support under home foundations. It is usually a cement/soil mixture and is pumped under pressure underneath the foundation.

A mixture of mud and cement is pumped under the slab and then fills the holes created by raising the slab. All holes are then back-filled with the existing dirt. Then any plants that were removed will be replaced in their original place.

Mudjacking can be used to raise driveways, sidewalks, pools, pool decking, slabs, and warehouses.

Mudjacking offers a lower-cost alternative to raising concrete surfaces.