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Process Of Concrete Lifting

Applications & The Process

We Can Help With The Following 

Sidewalks 

Walkways

Garage Floors 

Basement Floors

Patios, Porches, Landings 

Stoops, Stairs 

Pool Decks 

Road Ways and Parking Areas

Airport Runways 


Most concrete raising jobs will take between one to three hours -start to finish- and your concrete will be ready for use immediately upon completion.


Step 1 ) Injection holes are strategically drilled around the areas where the concrete is sunken and requires lifting.


Step 2 ) Once everything is prepped and the hose and materials are in place, the polyurethane foam is injected through the holes previously drilled. This fills the voids underneath the concrete slab and using the foams expansive reactions lifts the concrete back to its original and correct level. 


Step 3 ) Upon completion of leveling the concrete, the injection holes are filled discretely with new cement, allowing you to use your concrete slab immediately.


Summary ) Polyurethane Concrete Raising uses a foam material that is injected under the slab. When the components of this material are mixed, a reaction causes the material to expand. This expanded foam fills any voids beneath the slab and raises the concrete. This foam will NEVER LOSE DENSITY, is PERMANENT, and only weighs 2 LB'S PER CUBIC FOOT.


Polyurethane, Only The Best

Polyurethane Foam is the far superior material for raising sunken concrete. Because the concrete is being lifted by the expansion of the foam, not by pressure, the chances of cracking the slab while raising are significantly less. Also, the Polyurethane Foam we use here at Rapid Concrete Solutions is made of more than 40% recycled material. That's pretty impressive considering there is absolutely no other Poly material on the market that offers this type of reduced carbon footprint.

Benefits of polyurethane foam

Cost Effective

Concrete Lifting is typically about half the cost of replacing the same concrete. Ultimately, the cost of raising or stabilizing concrete is a direct reflection of how much leveling material the project will require.

Time

Ready to use immediately! You can drive on, walk on, and play on the same day! 

Clean Work Environment

No big mess with concrete or grout splatter and no wash down needed upon completion. 

No Landscape Disruption

No heavy equipment will drive through your lawn, flower garden, or rock bed and disrupt your landscaping. 

Smaller Holes

Polyurethane concrete raising drills a nearly invisible 5/8 inch hole and process calls for considerably fewer holes than traditional mud jacking; Minimal patch work needed.

Lightweight

This Concrete Lifting material will never lose density, is permanent, and weighs only 2 lbs per cubic foot. Compared to traditional mud jacking material weighs on average 100 lbs per cubic foot.

Important Reasons To Lift Your Slab

Safety

Trip hazards can harm you, your family, and allows your property to be open for unwanted liability.

Cost

You can raise your sunken concrete for less than half the price of replacing the concrete slab.

Time

Your slab problem will only worsen in time. Fix it now and avoid the hassle later. Concrete Lifting with Polyurethane Foam often takes a few hours and is ready immediately upon completion. 

Property Value

Uneven concrete is not only a safety hazard, but also very unappealing to anyone who may be a potential buyer of the property.

Structural Damage

When the concrete slab settles, consequently, doors and windows stick and structures connected to the slab may crack and settle as well. Concrete Lifting is without a doubt the fastest, most cost effective method to fix these issues.

Water Damage

Water follows the path of least resistance and a settled or sunken driveway may end up costing a homeowner more money over time in foundation issues.

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