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Concrete Leveling
Offering Residential and Commercial Concrete Leveling and Foundation Repair
If your concrete is sinking we can Raise It. Our process also known as "mudjacking" involves drilling a series of small strategically placed 1" holes through the top of the concrete in affected area. We then pump our leveling compound through the holes, filling the void and safely raising the concrete. Through this process we able remove trip edges and provide proper water fall. After the concrete is raised, we then patch the holes with concrete, leaving you almost full access to your concrete within minutes. No nasty clean-up, environmentally safe, no mismatched slabs. With a 2 - 4 year warranty and over 10 years experience you can trust your job will be done right.

Our process is simple and fast.

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For more information about our process, click here.

Mudjacking History

Mudjacking has been around many years and has proven to be a lasting cost effective way to relevel your concrete. Mudjacking was first used in 1929 by the Iowa Department of Transportation. The equipment has become much more efficient and the holes have been reduced over the years but the process is still the same.

The following pictures are courtesy of the Iowa Department of Transportation.

IOWA Department of Transportation




Contact us for residential and commercial concrete
leveling, sinking foundation, bowed wall repair
and/or leaking basement.
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Our Services
•  Concrete Leveling
•  Foundation Repair
•  Foundation Problems
•  Bowing Walls
•  Basement Waterproofing
•  Epoxy Injection
•  Concrete Joint & Crack Sealing
Serving Michigan & Northwest Ohio
we accept the following cards:
CLI Concrete Leveling
14137 Plank Rd.
Milan, MI 48160
Phone: (866) 538-3546 / (734) 439-3200
Fax: (734) 439-3201
cliconcrete@yahoo.com
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