Concrete settling is a common problem that creates issues like trip hazards, ponding water and cracks in concrete slabs.
These issues are commonly seen in patios, sidewalks and driveways.
How are these slabs repaired?
Slab Jacking with Foam called Foam Jacking
Foam Jacking uses high density polyurethane foam specifically engineered for repairing sinking concrete slabs.
The installation process begins by drilling a small, penny sized hole in the slab. After that, ports are inserted into the small holes which will be used to inject the foam.Foam is then injected into the port to level the concrete.
After the void is filled, the expansive properties of the spray foam allow for precise lifting of the slab.
Here are some Before and After images:
The system is ideal because it requires almost no disruption and the slab can be driven on only 15 minutes after the installation. Not only that!
Foam Jacking is fairly noninvasive as it uses controlled injections in penny sized holes to raise concrete quickly and effectively. There is no need for an extended period of curing. Don’t let concrete cracks and trip hazards get you down.
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