Washington Slab Jacking and Mud Jacking
Scritchlow Concrete Lifting and Slab Jacking has been in business since 2003, and slab jacking since 2008. We are the only experts in slab jacking and concrete lifting you can turn to for answers. We are constantly dealing with our clay based soils found around the Washington, IL area. If you have noticeable settling, or are starting to show signs of concrete movement, be sure to give us a call today.
Washington residents know when the question involves foundation repair, the answer will include Scritchlow Concrete Lifting and Slab Jacking. Regardless of the scope of a foundation problem, or the type of foundation involved, Scritchlow Concrete Lifting and Slab Jacking has the equipment, personnel and expertise to handle the job. Come to us when you need:
Mud Jacking Process
Step 1: Drilling
Scritchlow Concrete Lifting and Slab Jacking drill 1-5/8" holes in strategic locations on each piece of concrete to be lifted. The locations, spacing and quantity are all determined based on your individual site conditions. This custom approach ensures accurate and controlled lifts that result in a more accurate finished product.
Step 2: Lifting
Scritchlow Concrete Lifting and Slab Jacking use specialized pumping equipment that enables us to control both the speed of the lift, as well as the pressure involved. This ability enables us to have extremely accurate control of each piece of concrete, ensuring a finished product you can be proud of.
Step 3: Patching
Scritchlow Concrete Lifting and Slab Jacking use a special reinforced poly mortar to patch our holes. This special blend is actually water resistant. This helps to ensure the hole plugs do not "pop" in our winter climate.
How do you know your concrete has settled ... other than it has sunken?
Washington experiences winter like few others do. There’s an old saying if you don’t like the weather, wait 20 minutes. When your ground starts to move, it will cause a lot of problems with your concrete. Slab jacking and mud jacking are the simple, cost effective fix. Most Bloomington homeowners know to look for cracks in their concrete once settled, but those are not the only signs of concrete settlement trouble you can see. Look for settled dirt or a “sinking” effect on surrounding landscape beds. Separations between adjoining slabs are another indicator of movement. Gaps between stairs, bricks, siding, and caulking are also some of the common signs you will soon need to raise your concrete. While sunken patios, driveways, sidewalks, stairs and floors are obvious, being able to identify your troubled concrete ahead of time can save you hundreds of dollars in repairs. If you see any of these signs, give us a call for a free concrete inspection.
A True 2 Year Warranty in the Slab Jacking and Mud Jacking Industry
At Scritchlow Concrete Lifting and Slab Jacking, we are very proud of our revolutionary mud mix. It’s one of the only concrete lifting systems in the entire industry that comes with a full 2 year, transferrable warranty. Most other warranties have tons of exclusions that can void the warranty. Being a member of the Washington community, we don’t play games, and we stand behind our products 100%! It’s why we put the Scritchlow name on it. If you move from your Washington home, our concrete lifting warranty will transfer to the new owners. We are that confident our mud jacking process will last.
If you’re like a lot of property owners in the Washington area, you are experiencing cracks in your concrete drives, sidewalks, patios and floors. You, the property owner, can be held responsible for injuries to your loved ones. Safety is incredibly important, and since your home is one of your biggest investments, repairing your settled concrete as soon as possible is one of the best home repair decisions you can make. Scritchlow Concrete Lifting and Slab Jacking offer many options to repair your concrete. Rest assured, you can be positive our concrete lifting work is of the highest quality.
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