Serving Sioux Falls, SD and the surrounding areas


Raise Rite Concrete Lifting | Repair | Sioux Falls, SD

We lift anything concrete

Perfect for a range of projects

Raise Existing Concrete Back Up!

We are the repair specialists for many surfaces!

Your practical repair choice

  • Economical, costing a fraction of concrete replacement

  • The work can be done in minimal time, usually in a matter of hours

  • Stabilizes the subsoil

  • Fills the void area, eliminating the penetration of water, animals and insects

  • Removes trip hazards

  • There is little or no disruption to the landscaping

  • Also known as mudpumping and slab jacking

Cost-Effective Mudjacking Raises Slabs

Your affordable alternative to replacing sunken concrete

  • Sidewalks

  • Garage floors

  • Stoops

  • Steps

  • Driveways and aprons

  • Patios and decks

  • Pool decks

  • Roads and highways

  • Commercial building floors

  • Warehouse floors

  • Grain bins

  • City streets

Raise Rite Concrete Lifting can precisely return your concrete slabs to their original position, and save you the cost of concrete replacement services.

State-of-the-art mudjacking available

Raise Rite Concrete Lifting has been in the concrete business since 1965, and has kept up on effective mudpumping equipment and techniques.


Our crew works with a hydraulic mudpump, as well as a 14-inch concrete saw to cut joints that have stuck together, and a gas-powered concrete drill for quick and easy work.


When required, we can also break out our laser transit to provide critical leveling.

Expect great results with mudjacking

Repairs will last for about as long as the concrete, but there are some limitations you should be aware of.

  • We drill 1-5/8" holes through the slab and pump a slurry of crushed limestone underneath.

  • Once all voids and hollows beneath the slab are filled, we push the slab up to the desired height using a hydraulic pump.

  • The holes are cleaned and patched with masonry and cement, which will gradually blend in well with the existing concrete.

  • Imperfections and repairs in the original slab will remain

  • If the problem that caused the slab to sink occurs again, the slab will sink again

  • Concrete that is badly cracked or broken is not good for the process

  • Slabs that have been raised by things like tree roots are not favorable

Call Raise Rite Concrete Lifting at 605-334-8825 for any questions!

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