If your sidewalk is starting to crack and buckle, you might worry that you have an expensive and disruptive repair to look forward to, but this is not necessarily the case. While ripping up the old cement and then pouring new would indeed be a costly and lengthy process, you might be able to have mudjacking performed instead – a process that is much cheaper, quicker and still produces excellent results.

When performing mudjacking, holes will be drilled into the existing cement to allow you to pump in a mixture of cement, dirt and water. If this is done in the correct locations using the right amount of material, you will end up with a walkway that is once again level and looking like new. It is important that you get the assistance of an experienced professional, because doing this on top of pipes or underground wires could damage them.