Many homeowners don’t pay much attention to their garage floors. In general, they get into their cars and drive off to their destination. But what happens when your garage floor begins to sink? Not only does this cause damage to your car but it will continue to deteriorate over time if not repaired. Having to repair or replace a sidewalk is inconvenient and costly, but replacing a garage slab tends to take up more time and money.
Whether it’s residential or commercial property, the experts at Level Headed Mudjackers have done it all. Our team will conduct a free assessment of your concrete to find a quote with a long-lasting solution that will level your concrete garage floor.
Why Does the Garage Floor Need to be Leveled?
When it comes to leveling garage floors, mudjacking can be done to both attached and detached garages. However, unlike sidewalks and porches, there may be more than just soil located underneath the floor. Additionally, concrete garage floors can lift or sink independently of the walls, causing more unevenness throughout the floor. In some cases, there may be piping or electrical beneath the slab. The best way to ensure that the floor does not continue to sink and potentially lead to more costly repairs down the road is by mudjacking the floor.
What’s the Process to Level Concrete?
In addition to garage floors, Level Headed Mudjackers works hard to improve the look and safety of sidewalks, driveways and even porches. How does it work? Generally speaking, there is a three-step process to raise sunken concrete:
- Drill a patter of holes through the sunken slabs
- Pump grout under the slab to raise it to the desired height
- Patch the holes with cement
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Some jobs are bigger than others, so the cost of our residential and commercial services will vary. That’s why we offer a free estimate to our clients. No job is too big or too small and we put every effort into addressing and solving your concrete problems. Contact us today to receive your free estimate. We serve Milwaukee County, Waukesha, and the surrounding areas.
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