Concrete Raising and Repair

Concrete Raising & Slab Repair Services in Bryan, College Station, & Navasota, TX


Most mudjacking projects can be completed quickly and economically with minimal disruption, and are ready for use the same day. Mudjacking or polyurethane foam concrete raising can usually be done for less than half the cost of pouring new concrete. However, the savings may be even greater, since concrete raising eliminates the costs of demolition, removal, and landscaping. Learn more.


Sometimes ground-level, vertical, or even overhead concrete surfaces need to be patched. Anchor Foundation Repair can make lasting patches that will improve both the look and the structural integrity of the concrete. Learn more.


Driveway and Patio Repair (via Mudjacking)

Mudjacking is a quick and painless method of leveling out concrete slabs. Whether you have cracks in your driveway, uneven sidewalks, or a sunken spot in your patio, our mudjacking technique can be a very cost effective method for quick slab repair.

½ the cost of removal and replacement

Why does concrete settle?

The stability of a concrete slab is directly proportional to the quality of the base it is poured on.

Poor base conditions can be attributed to:

  • Poor or Improper Compaction of the Base
  • Climate
  • Erosion
  • Machine/Traffic Vibrations
  • Slab Curl/Rocking Slabs/Need of Slab Repair

What can be done with settled concrete?

Nothing: Settled concrete is an issue that needs to be addressed, not only from an aesthetic
standpoint, but most importantly from a liability standpoint. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 defines a ‘trip hazard’ as any vertical change of over 1/4 inch or more at any joint or crack. Since the ADA demands strict compliance, trip hazards represent a legal liability to clients. Cities, school districts, hospitals, private communities, shopping malls, universities, apartment complexes, and other property owners are all extremely concerned with this liability.

Grinding: This is an inexpensive option that is unattractive. Grinding exposes aggregate in the concrete which makes this unappealing. The integrity and strength of the slab is also compromised when using this method. Slabs that continue to settle after grinding cannot be raise back to original levels.

Replacement: This option is the most expensive option. It is also very time consuming. This method may lead to downtime for businesses, losses of productivity, and lost revenues. The colors will not match existing adjacent concrete.

Raising & Stabilizing: May be done with traditional mudjacking or cementitous grouting. This process utilizes a hydraulically powered pump to install a slurry mix under the slab with enough pressure to compact weak soil underneath and raise the slab for slap repair. Water, fly ash, top soil, sand, clay, agricultural lime, and cement are materials used to create these slurries. This method, when used on subgrade that has already settled, adds excessive weight and may lead to resettling.

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Anchor Foundation Repair Co
(979) 690-2020
3819 McCullough Rd. College Station, TX 77845
Serving Bryan, College Station, Navasota, Brenham, Caldwell TX & Surrounding Areas

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