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Replacing your concrete when it fails?

You're spending too much.

Whether you own a home or operate a business with a parking lot, sinking, cracking concrete can be a real headache. While your first instinct may be to replace your slab, there is a better way: it’s called polyjacking.


Polyjacking (sometimes called “foam jacking”) is a process by which a high-density, liquid polyurethane is passed through a small hole in your existing slab, where it expands into weak soils and then sets. It's the best solution in the business, and for good reason!


Customers who choose concrete lifting typically save up to 50% on the cost of their project and their slab is usable in minutes! (Compare this to watching concrete dry for a week and it's pretty obvious which is superior.)

What is Polyjacking?

Trying to decide on the best repair solution for your concrete? Let's demystify some things. 

Concrete Lifting FAQ

A little bewildered by concrete lifting? Here are the answers to all your burning questions.

The Process: What to Expect

We've worked hard to ensure our process is as painless as possible. Here's a look at how we do things.

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