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Foundation Repair

  • Walls Reinforced with Steel Beams
  • Per WAFRP Standards
  • Bowed Walls Over 1" Excavated, Straightened & Reinforced
  • Leaky Basements Fixed
  • Drain Tile Replacement
  • Beam Installation
  • Footing Repair
  • Waterproofing
  • Crawl Spaces
  • Epoxy Injections for cracked Poured Walls

Let the foundation and water control experts diagnose and repair your problem the first time, with confidence and peace of mind.

Concrete Overlay

  • Decorative Concrete Overlay
  • Basement Floors
    • Epoxy Decorative Overlay
    • Acid Stain
    • Cementicous Overlay
    • Pigmented Industrial Epoxy
  • Epoxy Decorative Overlay Garage Floors
  • Walkways
  • Pool Deck Coatings
  • Steps & More

Residential

  • Patios
  • Garage Floors
  • Basement Floors
  • Driveways
  • Walkways
  • Sunrooms
  • Steps & More

State/Muninciple

  • Freeways
  • Bridge Approaches
  • Helical Piers
  • Stong Piers
  • Catch Basins
  • Sewers & More

Commercial/Industrial

  • Factory Floors
  • Entry Ways
  • Fill Around Sewers & Service Tunnels
  • Grouting
  • Machine Foundations
  • Terraces
  • Parking Lot
  • Underground Parking Lots & Ramps
  • Loading Docks & More
  • Snow Plowing

Mission Statement

We at The Mudjackers have a history of quality and excellence for over 73 years. You will find our severicesto be superion in quality and competitive in price.

We at The Mudjackers believe that the people we employ as well as the perople we serve make our company succesful. Our good reputation with homeowners, architects, and engineers has been a key element to the continuing growth and stability of our company.

We at The Mudjackers cover a wide spectrum of repairs for foundations, concrete slabs, forge presses, hydro dams, bridge cranes, highways, and server abondonment. In addtion, we install pilings for new and old structures.

History of Mudjacking

One of the first mudjacking machines was developed over 65 years ago by the Koehring Company based out of Port Washington, Wisconsin. However, the method of mudjacking was developed in 1929 by John Poulter of Mount Pleasant, Iowa. As a State Highway Commission Mechanic, he developed a way to raise concrete using hydraulic pressure. Mudjacking has been proven to be a cost-effective and reliable method of restoring sunken concrete back to its proper height and grade. To alleviate these conditions the Mud-Jack machine was developed.

History of Slabjacking

The slabjacking process generally starts with drilling small diameter access holes in the concrete, strategically located raise concrete. Initial material injections will fill any underslab void space. Once the void space is filled, subsequent injections will start lifting the concrete within minutes. After the slabs are lifted, the access holes are patched and the work is complete. The process is very rapid when compared to traditional "rip and replace" applications and is minimally disturbing to the surrounding areas. Slabjacking technology has several limitations. Most importantly, poor quality concrete may crack and/or deteriorate when being lifted. This is especially true for slabs that are less than 4 inches in thickness. Cracks can also develop in the concrete during the lifting process. Slabs built over filled-in land and/or poor subsoils can also be susceptible to further settlement.

History of "The Mudjackers"

Frank C. Sharkey, Mudjacking contractors were one of the first Independent contractors established in 1939. The business merged with The Mudjackers in January 1968.