Concrete Raising consists of drilling 5/8" diameter holes into existing concrete. We will then pump Polyurethane, using a 2-part, high-density foam beneath the slab of concrete using incremental injections. The foam will expand beneath the surface, filling voids and eventually raising the concrete. The Polyurethane material is lightweight, and will maintain its density. The holes are then patched with a concrete mixture to complete the process.
The greatest benefit for our customers when considering concrete raising is that it will significantly reduce their cost, compared to replacing their existing concrete entirely. Check out our GALLERIES to see more images of this process.