17 Feb 2017
February 17, 2017

Fixing Concrete with Foam

February 17, 2017 0 Comment

The world is more high tech today. It wasn’t that long ago that Social Media, The Apple Store, YouTube, Google Maps and Blue-Ray disks did not exist. Ten years ago the iPhone was introduced to the world. The trend for products that make life easier and better continues. It can be said that if a product does not make life better or easier than it will not survive.The task of raising concrete slabs with foam does not escape this phenomenon. According to Wikipedia, in the early 1900’s hydraulic pressure was used to raise large sections of concrete slabs. Contractors then used a mix or local soil/dirt, crushed rock and cement, and the term “mud jacking” was coined. Today, Polyurethane Foam lifting is considered the modern method for raising sunken slabs of concrete.

Why Raising concrete slab with foam is better than old-fashioned mud jacking

Poly jacking is a product and service that makes life easier and better. It is better because the equipment is less invasive than the equipment for mud jacking. Poly Jacking equipment does not tear up the ground or disturb plant beds or flowers near driveways and sidewalks. The surrounding ground can be wet or dry. It must be completely dry for traditional mud jacking to avoid tire imprints from the heavy equipment.

Both the traditional mud jacking and Polyurethane process for raising concrete slabs drill holes in the concrete to inject the lifting product below the sunken slab. However, the Polyurethane process uses fewer holes. Poly foam holes are smaller, easier to fill and less unsightly when the job is complete.

Choose better and easier with Foam JackingUse state of the art techniques for raising concrete slabs with foam and call Concrete Raising Systems to raise and level your concrete.

Foam jacking also makes life simpler and better for homeowners who use it to raise and level a driveway. When finished repairing a driveway with foam leveling, a car can drive on it after 30 minutes. A mud jacked driveway must be car-free for at least 4-8 hours.

Raising concrete slabs with foam is better and easier for homeowners wanting to fix the sinking concrete problems only once. The 2-part polyurethane foam process will find its way into every void and small space. It expands 7 feet in either direction. Unlike the dirt, rock and cement product, the foam will not be affected by moisture in the soil, and will not shrink over time or wash away.

Imagine a day, a week or a month without a cell phone or computer. Don’t choose an old fashioned process. A better and easier way is a raise your sunken concrete slabs with foam.

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