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MANITOBA CONCRETE LIFTING FOR SCHOOLS AND EDUCATIONAL FACILITIES

BUDGET-FRIENDLY REPAIRS AND CONCRETE LIFTING FOR SCHOOLS

CONCRETE LIFTING AND REPAIR

At Boost Concrete, we specialize in providing concrete lifting process solutions using polyurethane foam. Dedicated to serving educational facilities, we ensure minimal disruption, quick completion, and lasting results.

Why Choose Boost Concrete?

Safe for School Environments: Our process is designed to be safe around children and school activities, causing minimal noise and no significant disruption.

Quick and Efficient: Most repairs are completed within a day, making it perfect for busy school schedules.

Cost-Effective: Avoid the expense and inconvenience of complete concrete replacement with our efficient lifting solutions.
 

OUR SERVICES

Concrete Lifting for Schools: We fix uneven sidewalks, sunken walkways, and other concrete structures, making them safe again for students and faculty.

Playground and Sports Area Repairs: Ensure the safety of your play areas and sports facilities with concrete leveling and repair.

ACCESSIBILITY IMPROVEMENTS

Enhance accessibility by correcting uneven surfaces, preventing trip hazards, and complying with regulations.

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Polyurethane Foam Jacking in Winnipeg

FOAM JACKING

Foam jacking is the best solution for concrete levelling and lifting.

  • Fast

  • Minimally invasive 

  • Lightweight

  • Eco-friendly

  • Creates a moisture barrier

How is concrete lifting done?

Assessment: We start with a detailed assessment of the affected area to ensure the best approach.
Injection: Small holes are drilled into the damaged concrete, and polyurethane foam is injected.
Lifting and Leveling: The foam expands, lifting the concrete back into the correct position.

What is the best method for concrete leveling?

The best method for concrete leveling depends on several factors, such as the size and location of the concrete slab, the extent of the damage, and the desired outcome. Generally, the following methods are considered effective for concrete leveling:

 

Foam injection: This method involves injecting a high-density polyurethane foam through small holes drilled into the concrete slab. The foam expands to fill any voids and lift the slab back into place. This method is often preferred because the foam is lightweight, durable, and can be injected quickly, resulting in a fast and efficient repair.

 

Mudjacking: This method involves injecting a slurry mixture of cement, sand, and water under the concrete slab to lift it back into place. Mudjacking is effective for larger slabs or those with extensive damage. However, it is a more invasive process and may take longer to complete than foam injection.

 

Grouting: This method involves injecting a thin slurry of cement and water into the voids under the concrete slab repair to lift it back into place. This method is often used for smaller or more localized repairs.

 

It's important to consult with a professional concrete leveling contractor to determine the most appropriate method for your specific needs. They can evaluate the extent of the damage and recommend the best repair method for your situation.

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