POLYURETHANE FOAM LIFTING
Foam displaces water and adheres to the bottom side of a concrete slab, creating an under-seal, for structural integrity and insulation value
Like Sandjacking™, Polyurethane foam lifting is a superior alternative to mudjacking that can extend the life of your concrete. Compare your options or request a free estimate and we'll recommend the technology (Polyurethane Foam or Sandjacking) that is best for your project.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Do you have to drill holes to lift concrete with Sandjacking™ or foam?
We avoid using holes whenever possible to maintain the structural integrity of the concrete. If the concrete can be accessed on both sides by our patented braces, no holes are necessary. If holes are required, they are smaller (up to a half inch in diameter) and less frequent than mudjacking holes, creating a better looking finished project.
What is the difference in cost between Sandjacking and Foam Lifting?
Both solutions are a fraction of the cost of total concrete replacement. Our always FREE ESTIMATES include a site visit from one of our experienced Project Managers and a comprehensive estimate using the longest lasting, most affordable technology to solve your settled concrete.
How soon can I drive on the concrete after repair?
Concrete that has been leveled or lifted by Sandjacking or foam can been driven on immediately following the repair.
Is foam environmentally friendly?
In addition to saving concrete slabs from land fills, our foams consist of over 40% renewable and recycled materials, and is made right here in the U.S.A, making it the “greenest” polyurethane foam on the market. Foam becomes inert as it cures.
What types of foam do you use?
Leave the science to us - but here is a list of our most commonly used products.