How to fix uneven concrete



When you walk down a sidewalk, you begin to walk more cautiously when you see the uneven slabs.

Did you know there is a way to fix uneven concrete without always jackhammering the existing concrete and replacing it? The solution is deep foam injection; it is our concrete lifting service.

For more than a decade, Ward Insulation & Concrete Lifting has been using foam injection to raise customers' concrete sidewalks, driveways, patios, and more. The method is so powerful it can even lift home foundations and prevent concrete sinking. Carter Ward founded the company in 2008, eager to care for his community in a, shall we say, really concrete way. Puns aside, Ward Insulation & Concrete Lifting has taken on some pretty major projects, even using deep foam injection to raise a 112-year-old home in The Avenues neighborhood of Cheyenne, Wyoming. (View actual footage of the project.)

How we fix sinking concrete

Deep foam injection uses many of the same equipment as polyjacking but serves a slightly different purpose. (If you don't know what poly jacking is, check out our post on polyjacking.) While both polyjacking and deep foam injection involve injecting a two-part polyurethane foam underneath a concrete slab to stabilize it, the foam will fill a void deep underground. And the entire process can be done in a confined space without needing to excavate! That is why it is a less invasive process to remedy big problems.

Fix my uneven and sinking concrete

Do you have a residential or commercial project that might involve concrete lifting and leveling? Ward Insulation & Concrete Lifting is the most reputable option in Northern Colorado and Southeastern Wyoming. Send us your project details over to us at office@wardinsulation.com, and we'll help you find the most efficient (and affordable) way to meet your goals.

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