What Causes Voids in Kansas City and St. Louis?

Void & Concrete Repair

cause of voids in St. Louis and Kansas CityMost people think concrete repair is needed for mature, existing concrete structures caused by outside elements. However, concrete repair can also be needed for newer construction. If concrete is so widely used in the construction industry, why does it sometimes form voids under the surface and deteriorate so quickly? Unfortunately, this may be due to environmental causes or human error. Some environmental causes are problems created by:

  • Freezing and thawing conditions
  • Drought-like weather conditions
  • Chemical agents such as salts and moisture
  • Decaying organic materials
  • Shrink and swell cycles (excessive water)
  • Soil erosion
  • Hydrostatic pressure

Voids can also be caused by human error due to poorly compacted fill material, too much water added to concrete, inadequate concrete cover or structural overload. These conditions can weaken the concrete surface causing settlement, sinking, and shifting over time. The concrete may start to crumble, crack, flake, or chip.

Concrete Repair & Lifting

If you have cracking or uneven concrete, let our professionals inspect your concrete surface. Our company offers a variety of concrete repair solutions that will permanently lift and stabilize the slab by using polyurethane foam. We can repair settling concrete for any residential, industrial, and commercial project.

Residential Concrete Repair

filling voids with polyurethane foam in Kansas City and St. LouisFor residential projects, we can repair the following:

  • Garages
  • Driveways
  • Basement floors
  • Patios
  • Sidewalks

Commercial Concrete Repair

We offer commercial concrete repair for the following:

  • Public parking lots
  • Theatres
  • Sports arena
  • Apartment buildings
  • Shopping malls
  • Skyscrapers

commercial polyjackingIndustrial Concrete Repair

For industrial projects, we offer concrete repair for the following applications:

  • Heavy machinery stabilization
  • Bridge approach void filling
  • Highway leveling
  • Infrastructure
  • Sewer line
  • Road leveling

What Type of Concrete Repair Method is Used?

With polyjacking, we use high-density polyurethane foam to lift and stabilize the slab back to its original level without replacing the concrete. This process saves you time and money without excavating the work area. Polyurethane trucks and the right equipment are used for the installation process, which is relatively simple.

Polyurethane provides numerous advantages, that’s why it is highly used in the concrete repair industry. It is highly durable, accurate, efficient, and cost-effective. It prevents resettlement from occurring because it is lightweight and moisture resistant.

If you have voids under your concrete surface, give Polyjacking.com a call today. We are proud members of the community because we focus on integrity and putting our customer’s needs first.

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