• Typically, the cost of raising concrete is roughly half the cost of replacing the same section of concrete
  • However, every job is unique and this is why we offer Free Estimates.

  1. DRILL: 5/8 inch sized holes are drilled in the affected area
  2. PUMP: a polyurethane mixture is injected through the holes
  3. PATCH: the holes are filled with cement and finished to match the existing concrete

Learn more about how the process works!

  • The concrete raising material - Polyurethane foam - is pumped as a liquid through the drilled holes and sets-up as a rigid foam.
  • This foam never shrinks or looses density  

  • A flexible hose is run straight from the van directly to the repair site without driving a single piece of equipment on your lawn.

  • After we have completed raising the cement, there may be some caulking needed at the seams of the repaired sections of cement.
  • Additionally, you may need to backfill against any exposed areas to contain the material and mitigate future sinking.
  • Mitigating future and further erosion of soil beneath your concrete is a must - ensure downspouts are correctly installed 

  • The Polyurethane foam is much lighter than the alternative of traditional mudjacking material - it will not further burden already weakened soil.
  • Polyurethane requires less holes and smaller holes.

  • The only visible evidence that your concrete has been repaired will be the 5/8 inch holes - a hole smaller than a dime.
  • We will do our best to match the color and texture of the patch to your existing concrete.

  • The beauty of using Polyurethane is that it sets up in minutes.  It is fully cured and ready to use in 15 minutes.
  • By the time we are are driving away, you can use your concrete.

  • The scope of the project will determine the amount of time.  The time estimate will be included in your Free Estimate.
  • For Residential work, most projects can be completed in less than a day (sometimes within a few hours).

  • The Polyurethane cures as a solid structure, and is impervious to water, chemicals, insects, rodents or erosion.
  • As long as the substrate continues to perform, the polyurethane will last forever.

  • In short, Yes.
  • Depending on the time of year, the surrounding soil can expand or contract depending on moisture levels in the soil.
  • Failure to take preventative measures in mitigating further soil degradation will also contribute to continued shifting.