One of the big questions we get all the time is if it’s worth raising the concrete instead of just replacing it. There are a few big factors in helping you with your decision. Cost and downtime are two of the biggest.
The greatest advantage to raising and leveling concrete with polyurethane foam compared to replacement is costly. While the price for each job varies, a good rule of thumb is that raising and leveling concrete is usually around 50%-70% less than the cost of replacement!
The size of the slab and the amount needed to be lifted are the main factors that determine the price. Since there are fixed costs to each job no matter how big it is, such as travel and set-up, larger projects will cost less per square foot than smaller ones.
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