If you need concrete repair for
your stadium floors, look
no further. At Polyjacking.com, we can repair your damaged
concrete stadium floors.
Whether you have cracks,
structural damage, or need
concrete restoration, we can
handle all your needs. The
condition of your stadium can
have a major impact on whether
or not businesses use your place
to host events. More
importantly, attendees should
remain safe by avoiding tripping
hazards due to cracked or uneven concrete floors.
Like any concrete surface,
stadiums need daily maintenance
to stay safe and operational. So
how do they become damaged?
Concrete stadium floors are subject to
damage by several factors, such
- Freeze/thaw cycle
- Corrosion of reinforcing steel
- Drying shrinkage cracks
- Prematurely finished and
sealed concrete surfaces
- Bubbled concrete surfaces
- Plastic shrinkage cracks
- Heavy structural loads
Regardless of what is causing
your stadium concrete floors to crack,
our concrete leveling experts can restore
your concrete back to new.
Concrete Repair Options for Stadium Floors
Using polyurethane trucks, polyurethane foam
is injected into a small
hole and fills the void under
the concrete. After this foam is
injected, it cures in
approximately fifteen minutes
and the concrete is leveled.
There is little disruption and
the arena is ready to use right away. We use the best poly equipment on the market
to repair your stadium floor.
Choosing polyurethane foam
injection is the better choice
for leveling a concrete arena
floor versus replacing the
entire floor because polyjacking
takes a matter of hours versus
the numerous days required to do mudjacking or
a floor replacement. Sporting
arenas hold thousands upon
thousands of people at a time,
making sure the floors are
structurally sound is crucial.
Some benefits of using polyurethane for stadium floors include:
- Increases structural integrity
- Provides excellent coverage
- Less disruption to the site
economical, and effective concrete leveling solution
Contact our experts today so we
can restore your stadium floors
back to new.