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Concrete Lifting

Concrete Lifting Foam is better

If you think your concrete is so damaged that you need to have it replaced, take the time to make sure. You could save yourself thousands of dollars instead of replacing your concrete (especially if it is a driveway). Using concrete lifting, we can raise any concrete slab that has settled or is not even with the slabs around it. And if your concrete is too damaged to lift, we’ll let you know that as well.  The best choice is concrete lifting with foam to raise driveways, sidewalks, patios, garage floors, and porches. We work with customers all over the metro Kansas City area.

We work with homeowners, real estate agents, building owners, property managers, home builders, and homeowners associations. When a concrete driveways, sidewalks, patios, pool decks, garage floors or porches, have slowly sunken call us. If the height difference between a sidewalk and a step, or a driveway, and a garage, or a patio and your house is ¼” or more, consider having your concrete raised with Concrete Raising Systems. Over time gaps in  concrete slabs can create more damage and erosion will occur under the concrete. If the driveway needs to be raised next to a garage, we recommend taking action before the foundation is affected. Repairing a foundation can be expensive!

Thirty percent of the concrete repair jobs we do are to lift a concrete driveway or sidewalk back into place again after traditional mud jacking has failed.

Small concrete lifting jobs are just fine with us!Concrete Lifting Steps by Concrete Raising Systems, Kansas City, MO

We lift concrete using a recycled, U.S. made product called ‘polyurethane’ to fill the spaces under your concrete that has caused your sidewalk or driveway to sink. Traditional mud jacking uses a combination of soil, water, and cement as filler. This thicker application does not find its way into the many pockets, voids, and spaces under the concrete that has caused it to sink.

When the water from the traditional mud jacking application method dries out and evaporates there is a chance that the water will again evaporate from the fill leaving your cement slab prone to sinking once again. Thirty percent of the concrete repair jobs we do are to lift a concrete driveway or sidewalk back into place again after traditional mud jacking has failed. Evaporation also occurs from the general weather in a region. Kansas City has seen its’ share of dry, contracted dirt these last few years.

Concrete Lifting with Expanding Foam

The product we use for concrete lifting is a 2 part foam process that expands, much like shaving cream in a closed fist, finding every void available, to raise your concrete and secure its elevation. Polyurethane foam can flow up to 7 feet under a concrete slab.

When getting bids for your concrete lifting project, contact or call us at Concrete Raising Systems at (816) 419-8306! We are very competitive with mud jacking companies in Kansas City! 

Info for you: When you are evaluating foam companies make sure they are using foam specifically made for concrete lifting and that they are not insulating foam!

We work with homeowners, apartment building owners, and Home Owners Associations, to fix sinking concrete with foam jacking using a high-tech, eco-friendly, concrete repair product called Polyurethane. A part of the foam jacking process is made from recycled materials and this foam fills, raises and supports the concrete that has settled or sunken in less time using a non-invasive method using smaller holes, less mess, no tire marks on your lawn. No reseeding is needed when our work is done!

The concrete lifting work is done by the owners! They respond to your calls, show up when they say they’ll be there, and complete the work they promised. No deposit is required upfront for any concrete repair work.

If you are committed to buying locally in Kansas City, then call us at (816) 419-8306. We provide competitive bids for concrete lifting using state-of-the-art polyurethane materials in less time, with less mess and fewer holes.

Concrete Lifting using foam jacking is all we do. Fix it with us and you lift it once!