Raising a concrete slab can increase the lifespan of your driveway or other paved surface, saving you money on replacement. (Who doesn’t like saving money?)
Our concrete company in Battle Creek, MI offers concrete lifting because they saw the need in their community to improve the longevity of paved surfaces. It our goal to provide quality concrete lifting services.
Whether you want to avoid prematurely replacing your concrete driveway or reduce your environmental impact, you can trust us for exceptional results. Contact us today to learn more about our concrete lifting services or Free Estimate.
How Polyurethane Concrete Lifting Works
During concrete raising, we drill small ⅝” holes so we can inject polyurethane foam and fill the empty space underneath the slab. The foam lifts the concrete slab so it’s level and at the appropriate height. Afterwards, we patch up the holes and clean up the site so it looks better than when we arrived.
Benefits of Polyurethane Concrete Lifting
Don’t ignore sunken pavement! If you are a property owner, it’s your responsibility to maintain concrete surfaces so they’re safe for pedestrians and motorists. We offer concrete lifting as a cost-effective alternative to replacement so you can save money in the long run.
Save up to half the cost of replacement with polyurethane concrete raising! However, the cost of your project will depend on how much polyurethane we have to use for concrete lifting.
Walk or drive on your paved surface immediately after concrete lifting. Concrete lifting with foam saves you time so you can resume your normal activities.
Use for a Wide Range of Applications
Our concrete team is able to use polyurethane foam for a wide range of applications, from driveways to highways.
Reduce Your Environmental Impact
Concrete lifting prevents premature replacement so concrete slabs don’t sit in landfills. The environment will thank you for choosing polyurethane for concrete lifting.
Choose Quality Lightweight Material
Which would you rather choose, lightweight polyurethane foam or mud slurry that weighs about 100 pounds per cubic foot? Polyurethane foam only weighs about two pounds per cubic foot and doesn’t lose its density over time.
Preserve the Look of Pavement
Using foam to raise concrete is less invasive than traditional mudjacking because we drill fewer and smaller holes, which are about the size of a dime.
Support Our Local Experts
We’re not a franchise. When you choose polyurethane concrete lifting, you’re also choosing to support our locally trained team. We appreciate your business!
See The Results of Concrete Lifting