Concrete Floor Repair for Concert Halls
Regular maintenance of concert halls is needed to keep these venues up-to-date and functional. One of the areas that need repair from time-to-time in a concert hall is the concrete. Polyjacking.com provides exceptional quality, long-term, cost-effective solutions for commercial and industrial concrete repair, including concert halls. Repairing the concrete in a concert hall will protect the public, staff, and equipment from injuries or damage and make the slab durable.
The process we use for concrete repair and leveling is polyjacking. Choosing polyjacking over replacement significantly decreases the downtime of the facility, and the surface is ready to use as soon as the foam cures, which is about 15 minutes. It is also a much more cost-effective method for concrete repair compared to concrete replacement.
Polyjacking.com uses high-density polyurethane foam to level and stabilize cracked and uneven concrete. The polyjacking installation process is relatively simple and quick. We use the right poly equipment and materials for each situation. This process can fix large concrete surfaces such as the ones found in the Kansas City and St. Louis concert halls.
The Process of Polyjacking for Concert Halls
The experts at Polyjacking.com have the experience and use the best products for concrete leveling in Kansas City and St. Louis. The process is simple:
- A 5/8″ hole is drilled through the affected concrete
- Polyurethane foam is injected into the hole to fill the voids beneath the concrete
- The foam expands to fill the entire void
- The concrete is lifted back to its original position
- The foam hardens quickly so the surface is ready to use in about 15 minutes
- The holes are filled and the site cleaned up; equipment is removed
There are many advantages to using the polyjacking process for concert halls. Some of these advantages are:
- Less disruption – Polyurethane foam dries quickly
- Accurate – The foam creates a precise hydraulic lift
- Economical – Much less costly than removing and replacing concrete
- Moisture resistant – Polyurethane foam guards against moisture
- Durability – Polyurethane foam is strong and can support a large amount of weight
We use a portable ground-penetrating radar (GPR) to accurately locate underground structures and voids. This gives a precise location of where to inject the polyurethane foam. GPR units are a fraction of the cost of X-ray methods with less time spent on-site and no exposure to radiation.
If you need concert hall concrete repairs, we have the experience to get the repairs done quickly and keep the concert hall open in Kansas City and St. Louis.