If you live in the midwest then you probably have experienced a common occurrence this winter. When you were shoveling you probably hit a crack or two on your driveway or sidewalk. If you are like many others, you asked yourself, “Can I just level this crack off or do I really need to replace it?”
First, let us say we live in Iowa and Illinois so we understand the frustration of shoveling snow or pushing the snowblower only to keep hitting those uneven levels of concrete. Replacing a driveway could take weeks and ultimately not even provide the solution you are looking for. That is why people in residential, commercial, or even nursing homes are looking for companies like Concrete Polyfix to help fix those pesky driveway problems.
So why polyurethane? Polyurethane is a lightweight, strong, high-density foam. It’s pumped beneath concrete slabs through tiny ports about the size of a penny. Initially, polyurethane flows like water, filling even the smallest cracks and crevices in the soil. It quickly expands and hardens, lifting the concrete slabs above it and compressing the soil around it at the same time. polyurethane is waterproof, so it will never wash out, and it won’t degrade over time due to temperature extremes. Best of all, polyurethane cures quickly, allowing your concrete to be used the same day.
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