- Mudjacking stabilizes the sub-soil
- Mudjacking eliminates color differences between old and new concrete
- Mudjacking fills the void, Eliminating erosion,water penetration, certain foundation leaks, animals and insects
- Enhances safety and remove trip hazards
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Doing proper maintenance on your concrete driveways, sidewalks, patios and steps etc. will help make your concrete last longer and look better.
We recommend sealing control joints and cracks with a polyurethane caulking (NP-1 & Vulkem - limestone color) are extremely great caulks to use on these applications.
- Clean out all cracks as best as you can use a high-pressure garden hose nozzle, grinder, pressure washer or screwdriver. You want to clean cracks, at least one quarter to 1/2" deep.
- With cracks that or more than a 1/4 deep. You can fill with silica sand, play sand, backer rod or spray foam. Spray foam works great for large vertical areas like steps pulling away from stoops after spray foam sets up, cut off even or a quarter-inch below concrete then it is ready for sealing
- Before placing polyurethane caulking in cracks, make sure both sides of crack are free from dirt or any loose caulking.
- Place approximately one quarter to a half-inch of polyurethane caulking in crack or joint and smooth with finger or putty knife
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If you choose to use NP-1 or Vulkem (small tube, non- self leveler), it needs to be spread out with your finger or a putty knife. The Large tubes are self leveling, this can be used on level surfaces like garage floors or driveways that are level. After sealing is done sprinkle caulk with play sand (only if you use non-self leveler).
The sand will help blend in with concrete to darken. It will also prevent
it from sticking to shoes when someone walks on it while it is still sticky.
NOTE: Caulking can take up to 3 days to cure.
Tips for keeping a dry home!
- - Make sure all gutters are working properly and downspouts are at least 2-3' away from home.
- - Make sure all grade is sloped away from home should have 4-8" high and 2-3' out from home.
- - Make sure all concrete slopes away from home and all cracks are sealed to keep water out.