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At Osco Mudjacking & Shotcreting Ltd we believe that the better our customers understand the types of services we offer and our how our processes work, the better prepared they are to make informed decisions when it becomes necessary. Read on to learn more. If you have any questions or if you would like to discuss how we can assist you with your next project, please contact us.

  • 12/10/2017
    Why You Should Not Ignore a Wet Basement – Your Waterproofing Expert in Edmonton Explains

    Like countless other Canadians, keeping your property in good condition and its occupants healthy are probably top priorities for you. To meet these objectives, property owners must pay attention to the changing conditions of their buildings. Certain issues may not seem like problems initially, but they can indicate present or future problems.


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  • 03/10/2017
    Foundation Repair Myths Debunked

    Concrete is one of the most durable surfaces you might use, but sometimes, it needs to be repaired. If you leave unrepaired concrete for very long, you put the safety of anyone who uses your property at risk. Never take chances if your foundation is in need of professional attention. You should always get this kind of issue fixed as soon as possible, and it is wise to only trust a reputable company for the job.

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  • 12/09/2017
    Is Your Storefront a Tripping Hazard? Timely Concrete Repair in Edmonton will Limit Your Liability

    Concrete is known for being a highly durable and cost-efficient material, which is one reason that so many businesses use it for the outside of their premises. While this versatile material does not need much maintenance, it does require periodic attention to remain in good condition. Fixing concrete in time to prevent a tripping hazard is an essential property maintenance task you should not neglect.


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  • 12/09/2017
    The 5 Biggest Advantages of Commercial and Residential Shotcreting


    Shotcreting is a concrete installation technique that uses high-pressure and high-velocity to create a stronger and denser application of concrete with a lower ratio of water-to-cement than traditional methods. It’s used by commercial and residential concrete companies and shotcreting contractors all over Edmonton. You can learn more about the five biggest advantages of shotcreting by reading below.


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  • 11/09/2017
    Tips to Protect Your Concrete from Weathering this Winter in Edmonton

    Dropping temperatures, lack of moisture, sudden snowmelt, freezing, and a wide range of other extreme factors make winter weather in Edmonton difficult to predict. It also puts a lot of strain on your property, especially commercial concrete. Shrinking and expanding is inevitable with variable temperatures in our northern climate but, thankfully, there are some steps you can take to minimize their impact.


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  • 11/09/2017
    Possible Causes of Concrete Corrosion in Edmonton

    Concrete is considered one of the most durable construction materials, which is why it is used in commercial and residential applications alike. However, concrete is only as strong as the initial design, construction, and materials used to make the surface.


    Deterioration can occur for numerous reasons, but identifying why your concrete is eroding is critical to saving it. Naturally, at the first sign of damage, your first call should be to established companies offering commercial concrete repair in Edmonton for an inspection. A professional can identify the cause and solution for your surface deterioration, and implement a timely solution to save the concrete before it requires replacement.

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  • 11/09/2017
    What is the Difference between Epoxy and Polyurethane Injections?

    Determining the right type of concrete repairs for your commercial property in Edmonton is not always easy. Especially if it is your first time dealing with this common property issue. There are different options for concrete repairs available that each involves a distinct set of benefits and shortcomings. Understanding the differences between methods for repair can help you narrow down your options and choose the solution that will provide long-term benefits, while minimizing any negative impact on your short-term operations.


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  • 11/09/2017
    The Importance of Testing for Your Thermal Grouting Project in Edmonton

    The best way to ensure the longevity of distribution lines and optimize electrical transmission is to install thermal grout. Implementing thermal grouting for concrete repairs may also be a viable option for some of your projects. In order to ensure the quality of thermal grouting, Edmonton engineers and project coordinators must use a reputable company. 


    Thermal grout is made from a variety of materials that vary according to the project-specific requirements. Testing the grout is crucial, and planning thermal grouting for any project is an essential aspect of the process. If this type of job is not implemented properly, the results can be costly.


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  • 11/09/2017
    Even More Reasons to Use Basement Waterproofing for Edmonton Homes

    Not long ago, we covered a few advantages of waterproofing your home’s basement. Now it is time to dive deeper and explore additional basement waterproofing benefits so that you fully understand the value you get from the service.


    Your home is an investment, and you want to protect it in the best way you can. The foundation of your home is tied to your basement, and that is one of the most critical areas that you must protect. After all, your foundation is subjected to water, soil, erosion, and minerals.


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  • 11/09/2017
    Can Pressure Grouting in Edmonton Help You?

    When soil below concrete surfaces loses stability, it leads to sinking, cracking, and unstable surfaces. However, the concrete does not have to be removed to repair it. With a pressure grouting procedure, the soil is stabilized, voids are filled, and the concrete is lifted back up once again.


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Edmonton AB

Canada, T6E6H5

PHONE: 780-469-1234

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