CONCRETE RAISING

Drooping concrete steps and sunken pool decks are unappealing and can even decrease the value of your home or building. Our concrete raising solutions enable you to restore your concrete surface’s safety and appeal while improving property value.

At FoamWorks, we use premium-quality and ultra-durable concrete raising foam to gently lift your cement surface. Whether you need help restoring an industrial parking lot, a small driveway, or an entire street, we’re here to help.

Our concrete raising foam is made with the environment in mind. We use polyurethane foam that’s made here in the USA with 39-49% recycled materials. When you level your sunken surface with our concrete raising solutions, you give back to the environment because you extend the life of your concrete rather than replace it. You’ll save money too because, when compared to raising, concrete removal and replacement costs can be extremely expensive.

As an environmentally-responsible and cost-effective alternative to concrete replacement, our spray foam concrete lifting solutions are ideal for any residential or commercial project. Our spray foam is made from recycled materials that don’t overwhelm unstable soil or fill. By repairing your sunken concrete, you’ll also save on removal and replacement costs. Restore the safety and appeal of your cement surface’s level with concrete lifting solutions from FoamWorks.

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Have A Few More Questions?

Yes, concrete raising works perfectly. Slabjacking is one way of concrete raising method to create leveling or repair.

Polyurethane concrete raising is considered good as a quick repair as it can reach large areas in repair. It also lasted for more than 1000 years (according to the Argonne National Laboratory study report of 2006).

You can apply mud jacking, which will include pressure and slab grouting for concrete leveling.

There are three simple techniques you can use to lift sunken concrete on the sidewalk. You can use the expansion method of polyurethane form, apply mudjacking or coat the sunken concrete selection with a mixture of sand, cement, aggregate, and water to make such a section higher.

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