How Concrete Leveling Works
Polyurethane foam injection lifts uneven, sunken, cracked concrete.
Our polyurethane foam injection utilizes expanding foam and modern technology to lift concrete.
Unlike traditional invasive concrete repair methods such as mudjacking and concrete replacement, polyurethane foam injection utilizes high density polymers to stabilize and level concrete.
Polyurethane foam injection is both lightweight and durable, and is able to support and lift sunken concrete back to its original level without any extra added weight.
How Concrete Leveling Works: What is Polyurethane Foam Injection?
Polyurethane foam injection combines the proven technique of concrete leveling with a specially-engineered expansive foam.
“Polyurethane concrete raising is typically about one third the cost of most concrete slab replacements"
Concrete Leveling with Polyurethane Foam Injection:
Rather than using a mixture of concrete and mud, polyurethane foam injection uses high density polymers to raise concrete slabs back to their desired level using a simple 3 step process.
1. Drill a 5/8'' hole in the concrete
2. Pump the foam to fill the
void and lift the concrete
3. Patch the hole
that was drilled
Polyurethane Foam Injection Benefits:
FaSt-acting: ready to support weight within 15 minutes
Waterproof: Will not erode and is water resistant
Noninvasive: Less messy than the mixture of concrete or mud used in mudjacking
Lightweight: Weighs 4-6 lbs. per cubic foot when installed, which is significantly less than the 120 lbs. per cubic foot as typical fill material
Precise & Accurate Lift: foam reaction time provides target lifting operation
Environmentally friendly: does not release harmful chemicals into soil
Polyurethane Foam- Made by HMI