Enhancing Public Spaces

Lifting and Leveling Expertise

When commercial and municipal walkways begin to sink or settle, FoamWorks stands ready with specialized lifting and leveling solutions. Our expertise in raising walkways back to their proper grade ensures safe, even surfaces free from tripping hazards. Utilizing advanced techniques like foam injection, we can quickly and effectively restore the integrity of your pathways with minimal disruption to the surrounding area. FoamWorks is your go-to source for correcting uneven walkways, ensuring they are both functional and safe for community use.

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Targeted Solutions for Every Walkway

We understand that no two walkway issues are the same. That’s why we offer customized repair solutions tailored to the specific needs of commercial and municipal spaces. Whether it’s a slight unevenness or significant settling, our team is equipped to diagnose and address the problem with precision. By choosing FoamWorks for your walkway lifting and leveling needs, you’re ensuring a targeted, efficient repair process that brings lasting results and enhances the overall safety and accessibility of your pathways.


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Sustainable and Efficient Repairs

In today’s world, sustainability is key, especially in public infrastructure projects. FoamWorks is committed to providing walkway lifting and repair services that not only solve immediate problems but do so with an eye towards environmental responsibility. Our foam injection method is not only quick and non-invasive but also utilizes materials that are kinder to the planet. This approach minimizes waste and disruption, making it an ideal choice for communities looking to maintain their walkways responsibly and efficiently. With FoamWorks, you can ensure your walkways are not only lifted to the right level but also contribute to a greener, more sustainable future.


Here's what our satisfied customers had to say about our services:

They Turn Back Time

“Their availability is timely and their workmanship accomplishes a stabilization for concrete surfaces that turns back time.”

Julie B

One Year Later

“It has been a year since you guys came out my sidewalk still looks good and has not moved. I am glad I called FoamWorks. Thanks!”

Darrell | September, 2019

Friendly and Professional

“Very friendly and professional!!! I would recommend to anyone needing this type of work done !!!!

Satisfied Customer | March 2019

Amazing Work

“Great company will do amazing work for your concrete”

Johnny W

Affordable and Effective

“Finally an affordable way to fix my cracked driveway!!”

Shannon J

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Have A Few More Questions?

FoamWorks utilizes a cutting-edge foam injection process to lift and level sunken walkways. This method involves injecting a special polyurethane foam beneath the walkway, which then expands to fill voids and raise the concrete to its original position. It’s a fast, efficient, and minimally invasive technique that corrects uneven surfaces without the need for extensive excavation or disruption.

Yes, walkway lifting with FoamWorks is designed to be a long-term solution. The polyurethane foam we use is durable and resistant to water, ensuring that the repairs last for years. By addressing the underlying issues causing the unevenness, such as soil stabilization, our lifting process not only corrects current problems but also helps prevent future settling.

One of the major advantages of our walkway lifting process is its speed. Most lifting and leveling projects can be completed in just a few hours, depending on the extent of the repair needed. This means minimal downtime and disruption for your commercial or municipal space, allowing you to quickly return to normal use.

Absolutely. At FoamWorks, we’re committed to sustainability in all our projects. The polyurethane foam used in our lifting process is environmentally friendly, consisting of materials that are not harmful to the soil or groundwater. This method is an excellent choice for communities looking to repair their walkways while minimizing their environmental footprint.