Concrete raising is a quicker, easier and more cost-effective choice than replacing your concrete.
Homeowners are often happily surprised they can have perfectly aligned concrete again, in a matter of minutes, saving them time and money!
When compared to concrete replacement, the process of raising concrete with polyurethane foam is inexpensive (compared to the alternatives) and is exponentially faster than replacing the concrete. Concrete raised, leveled and repaired using polyurethane foam is ready to sustain normal use within minutes of being leveled.
What types of problems can concrete raising fix?
Concrete raising is a fantastic alternative to replacing your concrete, frequently saving you over 50% of the cost of replacement! Some common areas we raise, level and repair are patios, front porches, driveways, sidewalks, garage and parking slabs, steps and pool decks.
Concrete raising is the procedure of taking sunken or unstable concrete slabs and raising it. There are two options for concrete raising, polyurethane foam and mudjacking.
Polyurethane foam is cheaper, quicker and offers an efficient alternative to mudjacking. A foam mixed with polyurethane is injected under the slab causing the material to expand.
By drilling small holes and injecting polyurethane foam under the concrete slab, the foam is able to fill any space beneath the slab to raise concrete.
Foamjection contractors are experts at raising concrete using polyurethane foam. If you have sinking concrete, fill out the form to contact Foamjection for a free quote today.
Foamjection foams are environmentally friendly, consisting of 39-49% renewable and recycled materials.