Concrete lifting (or "polyjacking," as it's sometimes called) is now industry standard for concrete repair. Gone are the days when you'd have to pour a brand new slab to make your space usable again.
Not only is concrete lifting a much simpler process (your slab will be usable in minutes), raising a slab is significantly cheaper than replacing it. In fact, it's easily the most affordable option out there, if your goal is to raise, re-stabilize and make the concrete surface usable again.
So, what'll it cost me?
The cost of a concrete lifting job depends significantly on the size of the project — the square footage of the slab, the amount of material required to lift it, and the complexity of the environment in which the work is to be done.
Generally, you can expect to spend around $10 per square foot — sometimes a little less, sometimes a little more. Not too shabby!
To get an exact estimate for your project, request a quote or send us a message. We'll run some numbers and get back to you, so you can make an informed decision. Prefer to ask questions in real time? You can call us at 307-632-7777. We look forward to speaking with you!