Are you tired of having to watch where you walk? Do your employees have to swerve around sunken spots in the parking lot just to find a place to park? FoamWorks is here to help. Our spray foam lifting solutions are an environmentally-responsible and cost-effective alternative to concrete replacement. With each project, we use minimally-invasive techniques to raise cement surfaces, such as roadways, parking lots, driveways, sidewalks, and more. Our spray foam is made from recycled materials and is ideal for any residential or commercial project, big or small.

By repairing your sunken concrete, you’ll save on removal and replacement costs and restore the safety and appeal of your cement surface’s level. Trust FoamWorks for all your concrete lifting needs.

FoamWorks’ team of certified and trained professionals has extensive experience in concrete lifting, and we’re dedicated to providing each and every customer with the highest level of customer satisfaction. Our state-of-the-art polyurethane foam technology ensures that your concrete surfaces are lifted back to their original state, with no mess or fuss. Additionally, our polyurethane foam is environmentally safe and won’t harm the surrounding landscape or vegetation. With FoamWorks, you can rest assured that your concrete lifting project will be done right the first time. Contact us today to schedule a consultation and see how we can help restore the safety and beauty of your property.


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Have A Few More Questions?

The safety thickness for concrete for a lift should be four inches minimum.

The best foam to lift concrete is polyurethane. It is composed of a mixture of chemicals that react aggressively for expansion in the space it is injected into.

No, spray foam can not raise concrete at the required level as it doesn’t react aggressively. Therefore its pressure is not enough for lifting concrete slabs.

Concrete lifting lasts depending on the method used, for example, polyurethane foam lifting lasts for more than 1000 years, and mud jacking may last for five to seven years.

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