What is the Process?

A carefully calculated 3 step process is initiated after an assessment determines exactly what suits your unique repair needs. While seeking to secure and extend service life using this process, you may also realize as much as a sixty percent savings over traditional remove and replace methods.

Additionally, water-resistant properties are built-in to reduce further damage from moisture retention or seepage. Remember, no excavation is involved just increased site integrity to solve wear and tear or damages.

Another factor to mention before diving into how the 3 steps work is a major bonus not to forget. Convenience is the secret sauce and the thing you’ll love best because there is next to no downtime at all.

When the procedure is complete, the area is almost immediately back in service. No limitations. No waiting for cement to dry.

In Step 1, a pattern of small holes is drilled into the sunken or compromised areas as necessary.

Then, in Step 2, lifting foam is pumped into the void, lifting the concrete with little to no mess whatsoever.

Finally, Step 3 gives the foam compound time to set, usually in mere minutes, thus patching holes and expanding out for structural soundness.

The versatility and ease of use for cement lifting solutions make it easy to like and find useful. Sure up hazards, minimize unwanted moisture pockets and extend the lifetime of your concrete-based work. Stabilization for commercial, residential, and industrial properties keeps a safe environment around you and offers some reassurance from worry.

Concrete Lifting Solutions Extend an Asset's Life

Concrete lifting offers a variety of stress-free methods to sure, secure, level, and fill concrete instabilities for quick and safe repair work.

Wobbly sidewalks, sinking cement, or other concrete cracking—or shifting walkways of any kind—are safety hazards. A liability. And a concern. And hey, they’re not helping your aesthetics out any, either.

You know things are going to get worse before they are a full-fledged budget concern. Besides, who needs an unwanted, whopping, all-out pain of a project, and expensive ordeal hitting you in the face?

There’s a better way than sitting back, waiting for the dust to kick up, the excavators to roll in, and the downtime to start.

But, why not avoid that whole dirty mess and headache right now? Because safety and savings are just the first reasons to add concrete lifting to your M&R (maintenance and repair) go-to file for your home or business facilities. And with good reason.

Maybe there are a few things you didn’t realize when it comes to the benefits the process of concrete lifting offers you. So, before you jump in to strengthen, level, or lift anything, let’s dig deeper.

For openers, the ability to gain stability and to secure and level cement surfaces is accomplished with an accurate, skillfully controlled lift process. Astoundingly, you can gain as much as 25,000 pounds of pressure per square foot of leveling.

Pretty powerful stabilization.

That means your residential, commercial and industrial applications, are all contenders for an array of flexible, mess-less, fixes. Preserving or renewing the integrity of concrete slabs extends asset life while saving time and worries.

The Integrity of Concrete Lifting

This is a list of some of the important stuff to know about concrete lifting and why it works wonders:

  1. Lifts are carefully controlled for explicit accuracy.
  2. Concrete lifts fill and seal voids or gaps to prevent water penetration.
  3. The lifting process brings high strength support to preserve the concrete’s integrity, adding durability.
  4. Using the concrete lifting process requires no cleanup.
  5. No downtime means an immediate return to service for repair areas.
  6. The process is lightweight and long-lasting.
  7. Lifting, filling, patching, leveling, and sealing are all part of the process to restore cement areas to safety and usability.

Residential jobs include things like:

  • Sidewalks or walkways
  • Driveways or garage floors
  • Parking pads or concrete slabs
  • Cement floors or porches
  • Swimming pool decks and pads

Commercial projects and repairs may include the following:

  • Parking lots or garage surfaces
  • Walkways, sidewalks, or walking paths
  • Outdoor porches, patios, or food courts
  • Warehouse spaces or loading zones
  • Drainage systems and retaining walls

Industrial-size and heavy-duty applications encompass some of these:

  • Truck fleet quarters and parking or loading zones
  • Indoor or outdoor cement floor warehousing facilities
  • Maintenance garage areas or machine pad spaces
  • Campus sidewalks or concrete pathways
  • Gas or fuel pad areas or plant roadways

Are you thinking about all the cases in your business and home with room for crucial improvements? Afterall the concrete lifting process allows you to forget the nightmare of earthmovers, dust, dirt, and days of hassle and no access. Further, cement is costly. Extend the service life of concrete, instead.