Thursday, April 28, 2011

Mudjacking solves driveway sinking

Brien and his crew came out to raise our driveway slabs before we sank into the dark underground.
First holes were drilled into the slabs.

Then a tube of mud was forced into the holes raising the slabs.

The mixture had to be just right and fed into the hose.

Hose had to be held down to get right pressure.

Center cracks had to be supported from the underside.

Extra mud was recycled. Much the same skill as cleaning stalls. Tried to get the crew to stay to help with that but they had to hurry away. Thanks to them, our driveway is level again.

We can always use help with stall cleaning.

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