Concrete Repairs Performed in St. Louis, MO

Here’s the Simple 3 Step Process:

Step 1

A strategically placed pattern of holes are drilled through the sunken and/or hollow piece of concrete. In some situations, no holes are needed!

Step 2

Either a Cement Slurry or a Polyurethane foam is carefully pumped through these holes. Once any possible voids are filled, pressure is generated which can raise the concrete to the desired

Step 3

The work site is completely rinsed down, and all holes are patched with care. Our goal is to leave the worksite in the same or better condition than when we arrived! We make sure you are satisfied before you ever pay the bill.

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Lift Rite Inc. has been a family owned and operated business since 2006. Our only service is Concrete Leveling also known as Mudjacking or Slabjacking. We can perform this by use of “Stone Slurry” a.k.a. Mud or “Polyurethane” a.k.a. Polyjacking. Both methods have their own unique advantages.

With Concrete Leveling being our only focus. We strive to be the best at what we do. We take pride in understanding how the process works best and taking the time to explain this to our customers. Lift Rite Inc. is the largest (single service business) in the St. Louis metro area completing over 11,000 concrete leveling jobs since 2006.

Let us prove to you that experience makes the difference.


Concrete Leveling is what we do all day
and every day. (Nothing Else)!!!


Mudjacking vs. Polyjacking, We offer Both systems
and can explain the advantages of each


We don’t quit until the job is done, and you
don’t pay a dime until your satisfied!!!

Before & after

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Concrete Front Porch has fallen about an inch from where it touches the house.

Porch is setting on a short wall foundation on the outer edge. Porch was not tied to foundation via steel reinforcement bar nor was it set on top of the foundation edge.

Backfill from the foundation construction has settled from its own weight. This is causing the porch to sag from its own weight.

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See us in action

See us in action as we perform the transformation in time lapse!!

Garage Floor Void Fill and Lift

Porch Void and Sidewalk Lift