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Question DetailsAsked on 10/12/2015

Stamped concrete patio pads have sunk and are directing water to my house. Mudjacking or overlay or something else

3 slabs of stamped concrete patio next to house have sunk directing water to house and into the basement. Would mudjacking work, overlay, or do you have a better solution? Thanks!

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Either can work, though of course overlay eliminates your stamped concrete surface - plus overlaying would just settle the same as it continues unless the original slabs were removed and the subgrade problems causing the settlement are solved.

If the slabs are not breaking up, and assuming you still like their appearance, Concrete - Leveling/Mud Jacking would be your Search the List category to find vendors.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD

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