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Commercial Concrete Leveling in Florida
Do you notice sunken concrete in your walkway or parking lot? Unfortunately, the uneven surface of your concrete could be a tripping hazard, making you liable if someone gets hurt on your property. In addition, the sunken concrete can damage equipment and vehicles. Protect your commercial, industrial, or municipal properties from concrete cracks and sunken slabs.
At Polyjacking.com, we offer a simple solution for our Florida customers - polyurethane injections. Polyjacking.com uses high-density polyurethane foam to level and restore settling concrete for commercial businesses throughout the state of Florida.
In Florida, sunken concrete is not uncommon and is often a result of soil erosion or other soil issues. If there is sinking concrete on your commercial property, our specialists can inspect the area and determine the cause of your settlement.
Our polyjacking process has been used on shopping malls, bridges, highways, tennis courts, basement floors, and more. It's a good option for concrete repair at hotels, warehouses, office buildings, and municipal buildings.
What Happens if You Don't Repair Uneven Concrete?
Left unchecked, the settlement could get worse, costing you more money and time. Sunken concrete is not only an eyesore, but it can also cause drainage issues and standing water around the property. It would be very difficult to mow the property due to broken corners and edges of the concrete surface. Forklifts, equipment, and vehicles can be damaged and people can be injured...or worse, if the concrete damage is not repaired.
Polyjacking for Commercial Concrete Leveling in Florida
At Polyjacking.com, we no longer use traditional methods for industrial commercial floor repair because polyjacking has been proven to be a far quicker, more accurate, longer-lasting, and cost-effective process.
If you notice washout of soils underneath your commercial concrete slab or repeated cracking of concrete, contact Polyjacking.com. We serve cities throughout the state of Florida.