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MNmikew

mud jacking

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My slab in my garage is really starting to tilt on one end. Anyone have any mud jacking done? What does it take, cost, ect.

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I had a curve sidewalked Mud-jacked at my house. It turned out very well. I think it cost around $350. Only draw back is the holes in the sidewalk that they plug up are fairly noticeable.

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Humm, that's pretty affordable. Were the holes everywhere or just around the edges? I can live with the holes. May I ask who did your work?

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ive got a 30x64 pole built shop w/heat tubes in the floor, both ends of the building about 12' from each end dropped about an inch and were open to the outside. I had marked all the heat tubeing with a lazer temp finder doohicky. (which worked very well, no leaks!!)

It cost me $1400 they were there for no more than 5 hrs.

Ive been told I charge too much....ouch

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We used Cement Raising Inc. We had the work done about 5 years ago so I am sure the price went some by now. I believe there are four 3 inch holes in the side walk.

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