Save your slab! We are concrete repair contractors specializing in raising sunken concrete.
Polyurethane foam concrete raising and mudjacking are two methods used to raise and support sunken or unstable concrete slabs by drilling holes and pumping material under the slab.
Slabjacking is a term used for both methods.
Polyurethane foam concrete raising and repair uses a foam material that is injected under the slab. When the components of polyurethane are mixed, a reaction causes the material to expand.
By drilling small holes and pumping material under the concrete slab, expanding foam fills any voids beneath the slab to raise and level the concrete.
We are concrete repair contractors specializing in lifting concrete with polyurethane foam,
Many factors are involved in settling concrete:
We only use polyurethane foam concrete raising on our jobs for concrete repair. We have formed a relationship with HMI Company in Manitowac, WI, innovators in concrete leveling products. We only use polyurethane foam produced by HMI.
HMI has developed revolutionary foam that is setting new standards in polyurethane foam quality. HMI is the only company that makes polyurethane foam from recycled material. ASTM, an international technical standards organization, has tested this recycled material and has deemed it the best foam available for raising settled concrete
Recycled foam offers:
Reclaimed foam is used to manufacture plural component foam specifically designed for applications like lifting, high density lifting, stabilization, and under sealing.
Benefits of leveling concrete with polyurethane foam include:
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