We continually educate ourselves on the latest and greatest methods and technology to ensure we deliver the best possible results. Our Polyurethane Foam Concrete Raising process delivers long-lasting results and is less invasive and more environmentally friendly than the traditional mudjacking technique our competitors use.
We employ a Polyurethane Foam Concrete Raising technique. This is a much lighter weight alternative to traditional mudjacking that reduces the stress on the soil below the concrete slab, which in turn reduces the possibility of the slab resettling over time. Polyurethane foam raising is an environmentally friendly option because it is more water resistant than the slurry used in traditional mudjacking and releases less toxic chemicals into the environment.
Polyurethane Foam Concrete Raising
This process involves drilling a series of holes in the slab and hydraulically pumping polyurethane foam through the holes to raise the slab to the desired level. Holes drilled for polyurethane foam raising are only 3/8" in diameter, as opposed to 1-1/4" needed for mudjacking, meaning a significantly reduced repair patch. Once the holes are patched to match your existing concrete color, the concrete can be used within minutes.