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Omaha’s Preferred Poly Foam Mudjacking and Concrete Caulking Contractor

Don’t replace settled and sunken concrete, let us raise it!

About Our Company


ConcreteMedic is a family owned, Omaha, Nebraska Mudjacking company.  We understand the issues that folks around here face, because we’re those folks ourselves.  It’s a privilege to provide our service to clients in all of the communities that we serve.  We believe in working hard to not only earn your business, but earn your trust.  We always keep in mind that you, our client, are the most treasured resource that we could be blessed with in our business.

We understand, all too well, that fixing the concrete around your home (or business) may likely be the last thing that you were looking forward to spending your hard earned money on.  With the cost of replacing the average driveway easily exceeding $6,000 to $8,000 in many cases, it only makes sense to explore all of your options.   As polyurethane foam mudjacking professionals, we pride ourselves on delivering the kind of service you’d expect from a friend, a job done right (guaranteed) and the maximum return on your investment (no, we’re not stockbrokers, we just believe in value, lots of it!).  The value begins at the very core of what we do, mudjacking concrete is generally 50% to 75% less expensive than replacing concrete.  Is replacement sometimes necessary?  Absolutely!  We’ll provide an onsite analysis of the issues you’re facing and if it’s not something that can be improved by raising, we’ll let you know and try to point you in the right direction to fix the problem…that’s what friends do.

If you’ve found yourself with sunken concrete and in need of mudjacking, whether it be your driveway, sidewalk, patio, steps, basement, the list goes on and on, please give us a call, we’d love to help cross that item off of your to-do list.

ConcreteMedic is a family owned, Nebraska company.  We understand the issues that folks around here face, because we’re those folks ourselves.  We consider it a privilege to provide our service to clients in all of the communities that we serve.  We believe in working hard to not only earn your business, but earn your trust.  We always keep in mind that you, our client, are the most treasured resource that we could be blessed with in our business.

We understand, all too well, that fixing the concrete around your home (or business) may likely be the last thing that you were looking forward to spending your hard earned money on.  With the cost of replacing the average driveway easily exceeding $5,000 to $6,000 in many cases, it only makes sense to explore all of your options.   As professionals in our field, we pride ourselves on delivering the kind of service you’d expect from a friend, a job done right (guaranteed) and the maximum return on your investment (no, we’re not stockbrokers, we just believe in value, lots of it!).  The value begins at the very core of what we do, raising concrete is generally 50% to 75% less expensive than replacing concrete.  Is replacement sometimes necessary?  Absolutely!  We’ll provide an onsite analysis of the issues you’re facing and if it’s not something that can be improved by raising, we’ll let you know and try to point you in the right direction to fix the problem…that’s what friends do.

If you’ve found yourself with sunken concrete, whether it be your driveway, sidewalk, patio, steps, basement, the list goes on and on, please give us a call, we’d love to help cross that item off of your to-do list.

Call Today! 402-619-6116

Call Today!

402-619-6116

Services We Offer


Polyurethane Foam Mudjacking:


The question we hear most often around Omaha, NE is “what is mudjacking?”  Mudjacking is the antiquated process of slurry based concrete lifting that’s been around for nearly 100 years, it’s also sometimes referred to as “slab jacking”.  Typically, mudjacking was performed by injecting the ‘slurry’ through a hole in the settled or sunken concrete which then lifted the concrete slab.  In many ways, mudjacking has served well…but unfortunately, in many ways it’s fallen short, relative to newer technology like polyurethane foam concrete lifting.  Slurry  based mudjacking material is extremely heavy and can serve to further compact the soil beneath your concrete.  Mudjacking is not water or erosion proof, so oftentimes water would literally dissolve the dried slurry mix, creating a large cavity beneath the concrete that would need to be fixed again.  And finally, mudjacking required that holes as large as 2 1/2″ be drilled through the concrete in some cases, leaving concrete with ugly “scars” from the repair.

We saw a need for a more efficient, cleaner, less invasive and innovative concrete repair method and discovered that using light weight polyurethane foam was the perfect solution for lifting and leveling concrete.  Though this method hasn’t been around for too long, you may hear it referred to using tradenames such as Polyjacking, Foamjacking, Polylift, etc… these all refer to the process of using a two part (binary) expanding polyurethane foam to lift concrete. Water and erosion resistant, the use of this foam offers customers a nearly invisible repair method by using holes smaller than a dime to level your concrete. Polyurethane foam mudjacking is highly efficient for residential, commercial, and highway projects.  We’re asked most frequently to work on sunken or settled driveways, steps, walkways, sidewalks and patios, though we’re happy to take a look at lifting virtually anything that’s concrete!  We’re also frequently asked, “How much does it cost to raise my concrete?”  We’d be happy to come out to your home or business for a free inspection of your settled or sinking concrete, allowing us to best determine what resources will be necessary to provide a solution to your problem.  If lifting your settled or sunken concrete with Polyurethane foam isn’t the best course of action, you can trust that we’ll tell you that as well, we’re not here to simply sell you a product, we’re here to serve you, even if we’re not the right solution to your problem.  If you live in or around Omaha, call us at 402-619-6116, we’ll provide a free estimate for lifting your driveway, sidewalk, steps or any other concrete you might be having problems with.

Caulking:


Cracks and joints that extend down into and through your concrete can allow water to enter the space beneath the surface, leading to damaged concrete by washing away the soil (which supports your concrete), ultimately causing the concrete to crack and/or sink.  At ConcreteMedic, we’re able to help solve this problem by caulking the cracks and joints (expansion and control joints) in your concrete, adding years to the life of your concrete.  We speak with clients daily who’ve come to believe that driveway replacement is imminent and are thrilled to find out that the cracks and sinking they’re experiencing aren’t necessarily the death knell for the driveway, but just an indication that maintenance is required.  It’s not at all unusual for us to provide solutions to our clients that save them many thousands of dollars compared to replacement.  We recommend that even those who aren’t currently experiencing cracking or sinking still consider maintenance (control joint caulking) now, thus eliminating (in many cases) the cracking and sinking found in most concrete.  ConcreteMedic utilizes the latest caulk technology in an effort to provide the longest lasting and highest quality seal available.  If you live in or around Omaha, call us at 402-619-6116, we’ll provide a free estimate for caulking your driveway, sidewalk or any other concrete you might have.

Concrete Sealing:


Salt is one of concrete’s worst enemies, unfortunately, salt is also one of the favored means of removing snow and ice from roads.  It’s not uncommon to see pitting or spalling on your concrete caused by winter ice salt treatment, applied to help keep you safe from slipping.  At ConcreteMedic, we’re able to install sealants directly to the surface of your concrete to help extend the life of your concrete and prevent ugly and potentially fatal damage to your concrete.

Service Area:


Not only do we provide our Polyurethane foam concrete mudjacking service in Omaha, Nebraska, we can also lift, level and raise your sunken or settled concrete in areas of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and South Dakota.

Nebraska:

Our Polyurethane foam concrete mudjacking service is available in, but not limited to the following cities: Omaha, Bellevue, Papillion, La Vista, Elkhorn, Gretna, Waterloo, Wahoo, Fremont, Blair, Springfield, Plattsmouth, Louisville, Ashland, Greenwood, Waverly, Eagle, Lincoln, Hickman, Beatrice, York, Aurora, Grand Island, Hastings, Kearney

Polyurethane Foam Mudjacking

The question we hear most often around Omaha, NE is “what is mudjacking?”  Mudjacking is the antiquated process of slurry based concrete lifting that’s been around for nearly 100 years, it’s also sometimes referred to as “slab jacking”.  Typically, mudjacking was performed by injecting the ‘slurry’ through a hole in the settled or sunken concrete which then lifted the concrete slab.  In many ways, mudjacking has served well…but unfortunately, in many ways it’s fallen short, relative to newer technology like polyurethane foam concrete lifting.  Slurry  based mudjacking material is extremely heavy and can serve to further compact the soil beneath your concrete.  Mudjacking is not water or erosion proof, so oftentimes water would literally dissolve the dried slurry mix, creating a large cavity beneath the concrete that would need to be fixed again.  And finally, mudjacking required that holes as large as 2 1/2″ be drilled through the concrete in some cases, leaving concrete with ugly “scars” from the repair.

We saw a need for a more efficient, cleaner, less invasive and innovative concrete repair method and discovered that using light weight polyurethane foam was the perfect solution for lifting and leveling concrete.  Though this method hasn’t been around for too long, you may hear it referred to using tradenames such as Polyjacking, Foamjacking, Polylift, etc… these all refer to the process of using a two part (binary) expanding polyurethane foam to lift concrete. Water and erosion resistant, the use of this foam offers customers a nearly invisible repair method by using holes smaller than a dime to level your concrete. Polyurethane foam mudjacking is highly efficient for residential, commercial, and highway projects.  We’re asked most frequently to work on sunken or settled driveways, steps, walkways, sidewalks and patios, though we’re happy to take a look at lifting virtually anything that’s concrete!  We’re also frequently asked, “How much does it cost to raise my concrete?”  We’d be happy to come out to your home or business for a free inspection of your settled or sinking concrete, allowing us to best determine what resources will be necessary to provide a solution to your problem.  If lifting your settled or sunken concrete with Polyurethane foam isn’t the best course of action, you can trust that we’ll tell you that as well, we’re not here to simply sell you a product, we’re here to serve you, even if we’re not the right solution to your problem.  If you live in or around Omaha, call us at 402-619-6116, we’ll provide a free estimate for lifting your driveway, sidewalk, steps or any other concrete you might be having problems with.

Caulking

Cracks and joints that extend down into and through your concrete can allow water to enter the space beneath the surface, leading to damaged concrete by washing away the soil (which supports your concrete), ultimately causing the concrete to crack and/or sink.  At ConcreteMedic, we’re able to help solve this problem by sealing the cracks and joints in your concrete, adding years to the life of your concrete.  We speak with clients daily who’ve come to believe that driveway replacement is imminent and are thrilled to find out that the cracks and sinking they’re experiencing aren’t necessarily the death knell for the driveway, but just an indication that maintenance is required.  It’s not at all unusual for us to provide solutions to our clients that save them many thousands of dollars compared to replacement.  We recommend that even those who aren’t currently experiencing cracking or sinking still consider maintenance (control joint caulking) now, thus eliminating (in many cases) the cracking and sinking found in most concrete.  ConcreteMedic utilizes the latest caulking technology in an effort to provide the longest lasting and highest quality seal available.

Concrete Sealing

Salt is one of concrete’s worst enemies, unfortunately, salt is also one of the favored means of removing snow and ice from roads.  It’s not uncommon to see pitting or spalling on your concrete caused by winter ice salt treatment, applied to help keep you safe from slipping.  At ConcreteMedic, we’re able to install sealants directly to the surface of your concrete to help extend the life of your concrete and prevent ugly and potentially fatal damage to your concrete.

Service Area

Not only do we provide our Polyurethane foam concrete mudjacking service in Omaha, Nebraska, we can also lift, level and raise your sunken or settled concrete in areas of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri and South Dakota.

Nebraska:

Our Polyurethane foam concrete mudjacking service is available in, but not limited to the following cities: Omaha, Bellevue, Papillion, La Vista, Elkhorn, Gretna, Waterloo, Wahoo, Fremont, Blair, Springfield, Plattsmouth, Louisville, Ashland, Greenwood, Waverly, Eagle, Lincoln, Hickman, Beatrice, York, Aurora, Grand Island, Hastings, Kearney

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Testimonials from our clients


I asked ConcreteMedic for help with an outside sidewalk that was buckling up, as well as a sinking patio underneath my deck. The work was done in a quick and efficient manner. They paid attention to my specific requests and performed the job very well.

Douglas O.

Sidewalk lowered, Omaha Resident

Just want to give a shout out to ConcreteMedic! We had our concrete front step lifted – quick and easy process. ConcreteMedic was great to work with and was honest in what we needed versus what we could do ourselves. We’d definitely recommend!

Jen H.

Front Steps Lifted, Omaha Resident

We had ConcreteMedic lift areas on our concrete driveway. They were very easy to work with and came to give an estimate right away. I would highly recommend them for this kind of work. Thanks, ConcreteMedic!

Karen B.

Diveway lifted, Omaha Resident

Concrete Medic was very pleasant to work with, they met our every need.

R. jones

Driveway Sealed, Ralston Resident

I appreciate the help. The steps look so much better! A professional job all around!

Denise R.

Front Steps & Driveway Lifted, LaVista Resident

Impressed! I asked them to come out and take care of our sinking front steps and driveway. They took care of both problems for us and I’m quite pleased. I did shop around a little first, but found that they had the best pricing for what we needed done. I will definitely recommend to my friends. Thanks ConcreteMedic!

C. Rodgers

Driveway and Steps Lifted, Omaha Resident

From Our Blog

 


Omaha, NE Concrete Repair

Omaha, NE Concrete Repair This Omaha, NE concrete repair project required us to really think about how we could perform a worthwhile repair.  Patch material had been used in the past the "repair" the garage edge that abuts the driveway.  Because of the patch material,...

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Omaha, NE Concrete Driveway Repair

Omaha, NE Driveway Repair Rain didn't keep us inside this week, we lifted a settled driveway in Omaha. You can see in the 'before' picture, how far this driveway had settled and in the 'after' pic, how we were able to make it look new again. It's not unusual for third...

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Sinking Concrete Patio

Sinking Concrete Patio Water was sloping toward the home because of this sinking concrete patio in Omaha, NE.  Concrete sloping in this fashion can also cause foundation issues when water would make its way down the block wall.  "Slip and fall" accidents often result...

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Settled concrete walkway

Here's a concrete walkway that had settled/sunk in Council Bluffs, IA. We were able to lift the settled concrete walkway pad back into its correct position.  To lift concrete, we use our proven poly foam mudjacking process.  After lifting the concrete we sealed up the...

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Concrete driveway trip hazard

Concrete Driveway Trip Hazard Here are before and after shots of a concrete driveway trip hazard.  This was one of our last lifting jobs of 2017, here in Omaha, NE. It might not look like much, but the slab had sunk about 1.5" and was a major trip hazard.  Anyone...

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Severely sunken concrete steps in Omaha, NE

Severely sunken concrete steps in Omaha, NE This home in Omaha, NE was repaired using our polyurethane foam mudjacking process.  Our process enabled us to bring this set of concrete steps up to proper code.  By lifting the steps, we were also able to provide a level...

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Cracked, sinking driveway in Omaha, NE

Cracked, sinking driveway in Omaha, NE Here in Omaha, NE, we encounter a lot of cracked, sinking driveway s that are in need of repair.  Frequently they sink where they abut the garage floor, just like the cracked and sinking driveway shown here. This is another home...

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Concrete driveway lifted over two inches in Omaha

Concrete driveway lifted over two inches in Omaha. Here's another Omaha, NE concrete driveway lifted after settling, that we worked on for a client. We lifted portions of the driveway over 2" and provided a consistent pad level across the front of all three garage...

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Sinking Driveway in Papillion, NE

Sinking Driveway in Papillion, NE As winter sets in, we've been out working hard to get as much concrete raised and caulked as possible.  We remembered to snap a few shots of this driveway lift/caulk project on a sinking driveway in Papillion, NE a few days ago....

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Significant concrete sidewalk settling

Significant concrete sidewalk settling 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 concrete sidewalk settling was fairly extreme,...

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