What is Deep Foam Injection?

I don't know about you, but "deep foam injection" sounds like a terrifying procedure, doesn't it? Fortunately, this isn't something you'll encounter in the dentist's office. It's actually a great method for lifting and repairing a concrete slab. Deep foam injection is so powerful, in fact, it can even be used to raise a house's foundation!


Ward Insulation & Concrete Lifting has been using foam injection to raise customers' concrete slabs for more than a decade. 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.)

So, what is deep foam injection exactly?

Deep foam injection uses a lot of the same equipment as polyjacking, but serves a slightly different purpose. (If you don't know what polyjacking is, check out our post on the subject here.) While both polyjacking and deep foam injection involve injecting a two-part polyurethane foam underneath a concrete slab to stabilize it, the latter is used specifically to fill a void deep underground (say, for example, under a large warehouse with a sinking corner). And the entire process can be done in a confined space without needing to excavate!


Will deep foam injection help with your project?

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 at office@wardinsulation.com and we'll help you find the most efficient (and affordable) way to meet your goals. We look forward to connecting with you!

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