Settled concrete can cause tripping hazards, increase wear and tear on your tires, and make snow removal difficult. Plus it’s just plain ugly!
Combat settled or sunken concrete by leveling it using polyurethane foam. The polyurethane concrete raising process is quick and efficient. Discover how it works!
Before You Level
There are a few things you need to do before your concrete leveling.
Get an Estimate
The first step in the concrete raising process is getting your estimate. Once you schedule an estimate, one of our technicians will come out to inspect your settled concrete. Your presence at the time of the estimate depends on how much information you are able to share with us and the complexity of the job.
Want to get a quick estimate before we come out? Use our online project estimator!
Schedule Your Concrete Leveling
After receiving your estimate you can schedule your concrete leveling with Concrete Polyfix.
Unlike replacing your entire sidewalk or driveway, raising your concrete with polyurethane takes only 1-2 hours. The process is simple and almost completely mess-free!
We begin by drilling a few 5/8″ holes into the concrete slab that is being raised. One of the benefits of choosing polyurethane concrete raising over mudjacking is the size (Mudjacking requires 1 5/8″-2″ holes) and number of holes that will be drilled into your cement.
Using an injection gun and a tapered delivery port, we pump polyurethane foam below the sunken concrete. The foam fills the gaps where the soil under the slab has settled or washed away.
Once the polyurethane foam is injected below the concrete, a chemical reaction occurs and it begins to expand, raising the concrete. Our technicians carefully raise your concrete until it reaches the desired height.
Cleanup for polyurethane concrete raising is fast and simple. We fill in the holes in your cement and ensure all equipment and waste has been removed from the site.
Using Your Concrete Again
Now that the concrete is at the desired height, it takes just a little bit longer to be able to use it again. You’re almost done!
Allow 15 Minutes for Curing
The polyurethane foam takes just 15 minutes to completely cure. After this short wait time you can walk, drive or park on your newly raised cement without doing any damage to the foam below!
Start the Process
You can start the concrete raising process from your computer, phone or tablet! Get a free estimate for your project using our online estimator.