Polyjacking.com makes its home in Kansas City, right in the middle of the Heartland. This portion of the country is home to the majority of agriculture in the United States, so it makes sense that would be experts in taking care of the needs of agricultural buildings.
There is a wide variety of soil in the area we cover from Minnesota to Texas, but the problems that we encounter are the same throughout the area. Whether its clay, black soil, or a little bit of everything, expansive soil can cause concrete to sink or heave, making the surface unstable and unsafe. Polyjacking.com has the tools and knowledge to restore the strength and stability of your agricultural building’s concrete floor.
If you find your concrete in need of repair, contact the pros at Polyjacking.com. The use of polyurethane foam takes less time and effort than other methods and is also cost-effective. Once we determine the best way to level your concrete, we will drill small holes around 5/8″ in diameter into the slab. The foam is injected into the holes, filling the voids beneath the surface. The foam expands, raising and stabilizing the concrete. Our experts can control the lift to within 1/10″ of an inch.
Not only does the foam fill the voids below the slab, but it also seals any cracks that are on the underside of the concrete. The expanding foam compresses any loose soil, making the base even more stable than it was originally. The foam is hydrophobic, so it won’t erode or allow water to penetrate.
The foam hardens in about 15 minutes. Once the holes are filled and foam is set, you can use the surface and return to work.
With a lifting capability of 900 tons, you won’t have to remove products or equipment to repair a slab using polyjacking. There are a variety of structures that we’ve polyjacked to restore stability to agricultural buildings.
No matter the structure or usage, polyjacking is the right choice for stabilizing the concrete surface.
When it comes to concrete repair and leveling, polyjacking is easily the best choice. Using polyurethane foam is much less expensive than removing and repairing the concrete slab. The entire process takes less time than other methods, so your downtime will be limited. Other methods can take days or weeks to complete. The foam is durable, the repair will last a long time and won’t shrink or erode like other methods.
Contact the professionals at Polyjacking.com to stabilize and level your agricultural buildings and concrete slabs. We have the experience and tools to do the job right the first time.