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Polyfoam is a better alternative, using smaller and fewer holes for polyurethane injection. In addition, the polyurethane foam that is used weighs less than the traditional mud slurry, and the equipment that is used for the process is less invasive. A truck or trailer holds the foam and the installer uses a long hose to reach the polyurethane injection sites, keeping heavy equipment off your lawn and landscaping. The foam is injected into the holes and the foam expands, filling voids under the slab and raising the concrete for slab leveling.

Concrete lifting and leveling has used the same techniques for most of its existence. Mudjacking used to be the go-to method for lifting concrete slabs. Mudjacking involves pumping large quantities of a muddy slurry under for slab leveling, and it can be messy and take time to set. It also used large machinery which sat in your yard.

Benefits of Polyfoam concrete lifting

No matter what kind of concrete slab you have that needs slab leveling and lifting, Seattle Foundation Repairs and our polyjacking system can do the job! We can level sidewalks, driveways, tennis courts, garage floors, patios, and more. Contact us to learn more about all of our services and receive an estimate. We look forward to hearing from you.

Quick Installation & Accurate Lifting

 

  • Material hardens within minutes, slab is able to be used that same day.
  • Polyjacking projects are completed 80% quicker than other methods, with some alternative methods taking days or weeks to complete.
  • Polyurethane foam can lift a slab to within 1/100th of an inch of the desired height.
  • There is no shrinkage with the polyjacking process, so it’s easier to control.

Effective Sealing Qualities​

Polyurethane protects the slab from water penetration and erosion.

    • The foam seals the underside of the concrete slab, filling in joints, cracks, and voids. Water can damage your concrete whether from erosion or expanding or contracting with changes in temperatures. Mudjacking is mud and will not hold up well with intense water.
  • Multiple nail pops are appearing in ceilings and walls
  • Walls are beginning to lean noticeably
  • Floors are starting to settle and become uneven
  • Chimneys are tilting or leaning
  • Cracks can be seen in foundations or basement walls
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      FOR USE IN FOUNDATION REPAIRS

      Helical Piers and Piles are needed for numerous residential and commercial applications and may be used when the job specifies caissons, driven piles or mini piles. Once foundations are exposed to moisture over a long period of time or construction is cited on unstable soil, structural and foundation damage becomes visible.

      When Should They Be Used?

      Helical Piers and Piles are needed for numerous residential and commercial applications and may be used when the job specifies caissons, driven piles or mini piles. Once foundations are exposed to moisture over a long period of time or construction is cited on unstable soil, structural and foundation damage becomes visible. To repair the foundations of your property and ensure the building does not lose value, they are used to stabilize the foundation. Helical piers and piles can also be used to repair foundations when foundation failure becomes apparent:

      • Windows and doors are sticking, hard to open
      • There are large gaps in window and door frames
      • Interior plaster walls are cracking
      • Multiple nail pops are appearing in ceilings and walls
      • Walls are beginning to lean noticeably
      • Floors are starting to settle and become uneven
      • Chimneys are tilting or leaning
      • Cracks can be seen in foundations or basement walls
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