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Polyjacking

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Polyjacking is the leading concrete leveling service in the area. It is the preferred method for residential and commercial leveling because it is clean, fast, cost effective and stable.

Polyjacking is an efficient and cost effective long term solution to level concrete for same day use. The polyjacking system is similar to mudjacking except polyjacking uses a heavy duty,  light weight material and reduces the risk of re-settling. Polyjacking is a  quick, long lasting solution to leveling concrete. This process involves injecting high density polyurethane foam into uneven concrete in order to level the surface. They polyurethane expands to fill the voids beneath the surface. The polyurethane cures rapidly and is available for use within minutes. The Department of Transportation has been using polyjacking for over 30 years for repairs. 

Don’t Let Your Slab Slip Away - Polyjack Today

Do you have settling concrete? If you are having settling  issues with your concrete slab, stairs, retaining wall, driveway, sidewalk, patio, garage floor, etc. Polyjacking is a cost effective, eco friendly solution.

How Does Polyjacking Work?

Clean the surface of the damaged concrete. The repaired area is fully functional within minutes.

Wall Bracing

Wall Bracing

Water Proofing

Water Proofing

Epoxy Injection

Wall Repair

Wall Bracing / Wall Straightening

Masonry

Drainage

Sewers

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Steel Piers

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Polyjacking

Benefits of Polyjacking.

Small Injection holes are drilled into the unlevel surface.

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Polyurethane foam is injected via the small injection holes.

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The foam expands to eliminate voids beneath the concrete surface. The concrete raises due to this expansion beneath the surface.

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Once the surface is level,  the holes used to insert the polyurethane are filled with cement.

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