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Polyurethane concrete lifting is a cost-effective alternative to replacing concrete.

Concrete raising can usually be done for less than half the cost of pouring new concrete.

However, the savings may be even greater, since when concrete raising the costs of demolition, removal, and landscaping are eliminated.

Polyurethane concrete lifting raising achieves the same results as traditional mud jacking, but with a lightweight material that requires smaller and fewer injection holes and generally a longer lasting result. Also known as foam lifting/poly lifting/foam jacking, polyurethane concrete raising is the latest and greatest concrete repair method available.


Over time, concrete slabs like patios, sidewalks, and driveways, can settle unevenly causing the slab to dip or slant. Aside from being an eye-sore, uneven slabs can be tripping hazards, make it difficult to shovel or blow snow, or even cause water to puddle leading to seeping or ice jams.


Foam Jacking

  • 75% less than concrete replacement

  • Lasts 10+ years

  • Tiny ⅝” drill holes needed

  • Slab can be used immediately

  • Environmentally friendly

  • Lightweight

  • Foam can't be washed out

  • Fills the entire cavity

  • Minimal cleanup

  • Installers are formally trained/certified


Mud Jacking

  • 50% less than concrete replacement

  • Lasts 5 - 10 years

  • Large 1 ⅝” drill holes needed

  • Slab can't be used for days

  • Not environmentally friendly

  • Extremely heavy

  • Mud can eventually wash out

  • May not fill the whole cavity

  • Messy

  • Installers don't need formal training


Concrete Replacement

  • Incredibly expensive

  • Lasts 10 - 20 years

  • Slab can't be used for weeks

  • Not environmentally friendly

  • Messy

  • Installers are formally trained/certified

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