High Density Polyurethane Concrete Leveling in Texas

Polyjacking is uniquely suited to leveling concrete slabs in Texas. Many regions in Texas have soils with high "shrink-swell potential", referring to the volume change of the amount of water in a particular soil type.

During wet periods of weather, the soil expands as it absorbs and then retains water. Then as the weather gets warmer, the water evaporates and the soil "shrinks". A high shrink-swell potential can be a serious problem as the soil expands and contracts, damaging roadways and foundations.

Polyjacking utilizes a polyurethane foam that's injected into underground voids caused by volume changes in the soil. The foam lifts the settled concrete back into a level position then hardens almost instantly.

The water resistant characteristics of the polyurethane help prevent future issues caused by water infiltration. The compressive strength provides solidity while its tensile strength allows the poly material to remain somewhat pliable so it's resistant to damage caused by changes in soil volumes.

Applications: Pavement Lifting/Leveling/Undersealing, Soil Stabilization, Infrastructure Repair, Void Filling, Highway Leveling, Road leveling, Airport Runway Leveling, Taxiway Leveling, Sidewalk Leveling, Bridge Approach Void Filling, Abandoned Sewer Line Void Filling, Warehouse Floor Leveling, Manhole Leak Repair, Curb Leveling, Structure Stabilization, Interior Floor Stabilization, Heavy Machinery Stabilization

Polyjacking.com is 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 in Texas.

We currently offer high-density polyurethane concrete leveling in several Texas cities including (but not limited to): Amarillo, Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio.

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