Concrete Leveling with High Density Polyurethane
High-density polyurethane concrete leveling was first introduced in Europe in 1989, then soon after in the United States. The process was initially used on large DOT projects but is now cost-effective enough to use on smaller scale industrial, commercial, municipal, and residential projects.
With the proper equipment and materials, the process is relatively simple.
- We use a
ground penetrating radar (GPR)
for void detection beneath the
- After locating the voids, a small 5/8" hole is drilled through the damaged concrete slab.
- Using our highly specialized system, polyurethane foam is injected into the void beneath the slab.
- The foam expands, raising the slab and sealing the bottom portion.
- Lastly, the holes are filled, the site cleaned up, and the equipment is removed.
- Due to the short hardening time of the polyurethane material, the concrete surface is ready for use about 15 minutes later.
Using this method is a
more economical and
efficient process for
concrete leveling than other methods.
Polyurethane concrete leveling is 75% more economical, 80% faster to complete (and therefore less disruptive), more accurate, and moisture resistant than mudjacking.
You can read about all of the advantages here.
Concrete Leveling Applications
offers high-density polyurethane
concrete repair for projects in the Kansas City and St. Louis
area. We also repair concrete surfaces that are experiencing crazing, shrinking, scaling, discoloration, heaving, cracking, and spalling.
Polyurethane is used for the following applications: pavement lifting, soil stabilization, infrastructure repair, void filling, highway leveling, road leveling, taxiway leveling, sidewalk leveling, warehouse floor leveling, interior floor stabilization, and more.
We are a licensed contractor specializing in lifting and stabilizing concrete slabs using polyurethane foam systems. We welcome the opportunity to work with you on any Municipal, Commercial, Industrial, or Residential project.
Contact us today and find out how we can help you raise and stabilize your sunken concrete.