Polyurethane Slab Raising
Also known as mudjacking, slabjacking or pressure grouting. Concrete raising is the process of raising and stabilizing settled concrete. A series of holes is drilled into the concrete then the Material is introduced below the slab filling voids and raised to a desired height. After that The holes are patched with cement.
Polyurethane offers something that mudjacking never could. The ability to make concrete raising nearly invisible! The extremely small holes are 5/8". Even though advances in mudjacking have brought the hole size down to 1" polyurethane still has another added advantage to the smaller holes...there are fewer of them!
Perfect for stamped concrete these small holes can blend into faux grout lines saving you thousands of dollars in replacing high-end stamped concrete.
What can Polyurethane Slab Raising repair?
- Trip Hazards
- Pooling Water in low spots
- Slabs pitching into a foundation
- The bump as you pull into your garage
- Slab vibration
- Rocking slab