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Sinking concrete is usually shown in the form of uneven, cracked or sunken concrete slabs. It is a serious problem always worth fixing and is often caused by the following:

  • Too much weight: The weight of the slab is pushing down on the soil, causing the slab to sink.
  • Soil erosion: Too much water washes away the soil beneath a slab causing a hole.

Most contractors will recommend repairing a sinking slab by demolishing the damaged area and pouring new concrete. This strategy is an extremely expensive and a time-consuming way to fix a sinking concrete slab. The other option frequently presented is mudjacking which is cumbersome and costly. Foamjection should be your first choice.

Slab Repair Cost

Looking for a cost-effective way to fix the problem of a sinking concrete slab? The solution is Foamjection. Foamjection is the perfect option to avoid high slab repair and replacement costs. Our unique foam technology is a fantastic alternative saving you over 50% of the cost of concrete replacement.

What is Foamjection?

Foamjection is the process of injecting environmentally friendly foam under sunken concrete to lift and level. Also known as concrete raising, poly level, foam jacking, slab jacking, mudjacking etc.

How does Foamjection foam concrete raising work?

Most concrete raising jobs will take approximately two hours, start to finish, and your concrete will be ready for use immediately upon completion!
When leveling your uneven concrete using polyfoam concrete raising techniques, ⅝" injection holes (size of a dime) are strategically drilled around the sunken concrete areas which require lifting.
The concrete raising equipment is contained in a truck or trailer and has a sufficient length of hose to accommodate most locations. The hose is extended to reach the area in need of repair.
Once everything is prepped and the hose and materials are in place, the polyurethane foam is injected through the holes which fills the space underneath the concrete slab, using the concrete slab itself to drive the foam into the crevices, thereby lifting the concrete back to its original, correct level.
Upon completion of leveling the concrete, the injection hole(s) are filled discretely with new cement, allowing you to use your surface immediately.

It's as simple as drill, pump and patch!

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.
Next Level Concrete Lifting are experts at raising concrete using polyurethane foam. If you have sinking concrete, fill out the form to contact Next Level Concrete Lifting for a free quote today.

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