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Why is Polyjacking a Better Option Than Traditional Mudjacking?

Polyjacking vs. Traditional Mudjacking When compared with traditional mudjacking, polyjacking is the new kid on the block. It is quickly making a name for itself, though. Mudjacking costs less but is looked at as more of a temporary fix, whereas polyjacking is considered a permanent repair. Mudjacking Method The method of traditional mudjacking involves drilling…

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The Effects of Snow on Asphalt

While a fresh, white blanket of snow is a pleasant sight, the inevitable task of removing it can be damaging. If not done properly, you can damage your driveway, sidewalk, or parking lot. To prevent costly repairs, keep an eye on your asphalt pavement as winter approaches. Look for scrapes, cracks, and potholes across the…

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Repair Tripping Hazards with Polyjacking

Uneven Concrete and Tripping Hazards Do you have an uneven concrete sidewalk or walkway on your property? It’s probably a good idea to get it fixed. After all, it will only get worse over time, creating a trip hazard and a serious liability lawsuit. In fact, more cities are mandating leveled sidewalks and requiring homeowners…

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Concrete Slab Problems

Concrete Slab Problems and Troubleshooting Tips Concrete slab problems are a common occurrence in basement floors, garage floors, and other concrete surfaces. They go ignored for years until the surface gets worse. Without necessary repairs, cracks may spread and get larger allowing water to seep through the surface. If you know what to look for,…

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Out With the Old (Mudjacking) & In With the New (Polyjacking)

What is mudjacking? Mudjacking is a concrete repair method used to lift and level sunken concrete. Since the 1900s, many businesses and homes have benefitted from mudjacking. It has been used to stabilize basement floors, driveways, sidewalks, patios, garage floors, and more. Mudjacking has been used for decades, so there are no surprises when you use…

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Mudjacking vs. Foam – Best Practices for Concrete Leveling

There are a few slabjack methods to choose from when it comes to concrete leveling. Whether it’s mudjacking or foam injections, both are designed to lift and stabilize the slab. However, there are subtle differences. It’s essential to know the differences, so you can decide the best option for your concrete leveling project. Mudjacking Mudjacking…

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Municipal Applications for Concrete Leveling and Polyjacking

Repairing damaged concrete in municipal areas takes professional work, much experience, and top-quality products. To have concrete that will be stable and long-lasting, it is important to hire the right crew who can get the job done efficiently using the right tools and methods. Our professionals here at Polyjacking.com can help you with any repair…

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Commercial Floor Repair

Commercial Floor Repair and Concrete Leveling Commercial floor repair can be done by the professionals at Polyjacking.com, a division of Pro Foundation Technology. Our team of professionals wants to assure our clients that the job will be done right the first time and that your floors will be ready for flooring installation. We have been…

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Ice and Concrete Don’t Mix

Icy, Winter Months in Kansas City and St. Louis The winter months have set in and there is a lot of frozen precipitation in the St. Louis and Kansas City area. Ice and snow can damage the concrete around your home or business. As it gets into the pores of the slab, it can cause the…

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Void Detection

What Causes Voids? When voids form beneath the concrete, they can cause many issues such as settlement, cracking, and sinking foundations. These voids can form due to several reasons such as: Soil Shrinkage – When there are periods of hot and dry weather, soil shrinkage can form voids beneath foundations and concrete. Erosion – Excessive…

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