Common Concerns About Concrete Lifting

Lifting a sinking concrete slab with high pressure urethane injection foam costs a fraction of removing a slab and replacing it.

Our high-flow resins dry so quickly that after your concrete has been lifted, you can drive a vehicle the repaired concrete slab within 15 minutes.

Quick setting times means that we can even fill voids below a sinking slab in emergency situations during rain (with active running water) to stop active erosion of the earth below your concrete slab instantly.

Eliminate trip hazards fast and stop your exposure to liability.

Common Concerns About Concrete Lifting

Concrete slab lifting is important for several reasons. First, it can save you money. Instead of tearing out and replacing the entire slab, which can be costly and time-consuming, you can simply lift and stabilize the existing slab. This can result in significant cost savings.

Second, concrete slab lifting is less disruptive to your property than traditional methods of repair. Because there is no need to remove and replace the slab, there is less noise, dust, and debris. This means less disruption to your daily routine and less inconvenience for your family or customers.

Third, concrete slab lifting provides a long-lasting solution to the problem of sunken or uneven concrete slabs. By stabilizing the slab, it can prevent future damage and extend the life of your concrete.