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Omaha, Nebraska's preferred partner for Polyurethane Foam Concrete Mudjacking, Lifting, Leveling, Raising and Concrete Caulking.
Omaha, Nebraska's preferred partner for Polyurethane Foam Concrete Mudjacking, Lifting, Leveling, Raising and Concrete Caulking.

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This may very well have been our last lifting project of the 2017 season. We were asked to fix an emergency trip hazard for a disabled tenant, who'd recently moved in. This spot could've been a real problem for them, especially when covered with snow in the winter and we were glad to help! Using our polyurethane foam concrete mudjacking technology, we were able to fix the problem once and for all. We want to thank all of our customers we were blessed to serve during 2017 and look forward to serving more of you in 2018. If you have a problem with your concrete, we're currently booking work for the Spring of 2018 and would love to speak with you about how we can help (for a fraction of the cost of replacement). Call us at 402-619-6116 or visit our website at myconcretemedic.com.
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Here are before and after shots of one of our last lifting jobs this year, here in Omaha, NE. It might not look like much, but the slab had sunk about 1.5" and was a major trip hazard for anyone walking up the driveway. Using our polyurethane foam concrete mudjacking process, we were able to lift the slab and eliminate the hazard. If you have concrete that is sinking or sunken, please don't hesitate to contact us at 402-619-6116 or visit us at myconcretemedic.com.
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We're fast approaching the end of the 2017 concrete lifting season here in Omaha, NE, but, as you can see, we're still at it every day, getting as many clients taken care of as we can before the real cold hits us! This is a driveway corner and a small pad next to it, which were both tilting in opposite directions and had to both be lifted. We got it worked out for the client, who'll be selling her home yet this year, and she was thrilled to save thousands of dollars over the cost of replacement. If you have sinking concrete that needs to be lifted or leveled, don't hesitate to give us a call, we'd love to serve you. Call us at 402-619-6116 or visit our website at myconcretemedic.com for more information.
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This before and after picture makes it evident, sometimes concrete doesn't have to be lifted much to make a big difference. In the case of steps, even lifting up a riser a little over and inch can make a significant difference when going up and down the steps. Our minds and bodies are used to having to step up/down a consistent height and when that distance is off, it can be the difference between a smooth transition and taking a fall. We used our polyurethane foam mudjacking process to lift these steps, we'd love to help you too. If you need assistance with your problem concrete, call us at 402-619-6116 or visit our website at myconcretemedic.com.
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As we've been out working to get concrete raised and caulked before winter sets in, we snapped a few shots of a driveway lift/caulk project a few days ago. This is a common occurrence and solution. The expansion joint between the driveway and garage floor (as well as a downspout in the past) was allowing water to flow beneath the driveway, causing it to settle. We lifted the slabs back into correct position using our polyurethane foam mudjacking technology and caulked the joint, preventing further water intrusion. Another job where the homeowner was thrilled to have saved (litterally) thousands over the cost of replacement.
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Here's another concrete sidewalk in Omaha, NE that we were able to lift using our polyurethane foam mudjacking process. Two slabs down was another slab with the same problem. This slab was sunk over 3" before we started...it seemed more like a step than a sidewalk and was a trip/fall lawsuit waiting to happen! If we can help your concrete, call us at 402-619-6116 or visit our website at myconcretemedic.com
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Here in Omaha, NE, settled sidewalk panels can be a real problem. Oftentimes the problem is caused by water attempting to flow to the street running into the sidewalk and washing out soil, causing the sidewalk to sink. As you can see here, this a typical 'trip hazard' sidewalk panel, sure to catch someones toe when they least expect it. We were able to use our polyurethane foam concrete mudjacking process to lift the panel and eliminate the trip hazard. If we can be of assistance to you or anyone you know, please don't hesitate to contact us at 402-619-6116 or visit our website at myconcretemedic.com.
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Here are another set of front steps in Omaha, Nebraska that had sunk or settled considerably. We used our polyurethane foam mudjacking procedure to lift the steps up about 3". The concrete steps were also in need of a little leveling as they leaned a bit to the right side when we began. 3" may not seem like a lot, but the key to steps is consistency, which is why building codes specifies height. When you're expecting to have to raise (or lower) your foot a specific distance to make contact with the next step...and it's not there, that's when trips occur. If you, or someone you know has settled or sinking concrete, don't hesitate to contact us at 402-619-6116 or visit our website at myconcretemedic.com, we'd love to serve you!
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Here's a concrete step on the front of a home here in Omaha, NE. This step (as you can see) had settled approximately 3" and was required to be raised before the home could be sold. Using our polyurethane foam mudjacking process, we were able to lift the slab up, as requested. We were also asked to grind down the concrete on the left side of the slab, to allow for a more consistent transition between slabs. If you need help with your concrete, call us at 402-619-6116 or visit our site at myconcretemedic.com for more details. We look forward to serving you!
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Here's another Omaha, NE concrete driveway that we were able to lift for a client. We lifted portions of the driveway over 2" and provided a consistent pad level across the front of all three garage spaces. Once again our polyurethane foam mudjacking process not only saved the day, but saved our client several thousand dollars versus replacement. Along with lifting the concrete, we were also asked to install caulking in a number of cracks and joints on the driveway. If you need help with your concrete, call us at 402-619-6116 or visit our site at myconcretemedic.com for more details. We look forward to serving you!
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