At FoamWorks, we specialize in sidewalk lifting and leveling using the most innovative solutions available. Our state-of-the-art polyurethane foam injection method can restore sunken, unlevel, or damaged sidewalks to their original state, making them safe and accessible again. This technique is cost-effective, eco-friendly, and non-invasive, which means that your sidewalk can be repaired quickly without causing any disruption to your daily life. With our sidewalk lifting and leveling services, you can prevent trips, falls, and accidents, and ensure that your sidewalks are in excellent condition for years to come.

Our team of experts has years of experience in sidewalk lifting and leveling, and we are committed to delivering high-quality results that exceed our clients’ expectations. We use only the best materials and equipment to ensure that our repairs are durable, long-lasting, and resistant to environmental factors. With our quick and efficient service, you can avoid costly repairs and replacements down the line. If you’re experiencing any issues with your sidewalk, contact FoamWorks today, and we’ll be happy to provide you with a free consultation and estimate for our sidewalk lifting and leveling services. 


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Causes Of Damage To Concrete Structures

When we went into the concrete repair business, we just knew that concrete surfaces that are smooth and level are best for everyone to use. Not only serving a purpose, but sidewalks that are fixed look better. IF you’ve ever strolled through your own neighborhood and noticed some are in need of vast repair more than others. Proper driveways and sidewalks actually increase property value rather than looking at it as an eye sore and in need of repair. Good sidewalks that are not cracked are convenient for joggers and people that walk their dogs as well.

We don’t want everyday people on their way to the bus stop to trip on the sidewalk. Also people on bikes, or wheelchairs, or pushing strollers need a smooth surface to glide easily over. This is why we got into our business and we love doing what we do!

Why Concrete Repair

You might think that after a sidewalk is laid down, that that’s the end of it. However, that’s not where the story ends. Every year, they get degraded a little more. There is the cold weather that starts to lay cracks in it. Luckily, up here in northern Texas we don’t receive an abundance of snow, but even a small amount of shoveling or salting tends to have an adverse effect on your sidewalk. You don’t have to wait too until your driveway is in complete disrepair. You can call in our repair team and we will fix it.

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Have A Few More Questions?

You can lift concrete sidewalk slabs in three ways depending on repair demands, budget, and available equipment. Leveling with a pump, lifting with a jack, or seeking professional help if you can do it alone.

You can level concrete sidewalks using a concrete repair method known as slab jacking. The technique uses restorative technology to level a sunken concrete slab. 

To lift an uneven sidewalk, you can use a sand and cement mixture to coat the sunken surface or use a process called mud jacking to raise the sunken area. 


When a concrete sidewalk starts to sink, it might mean there is poor support from below. If the concrete was accidentally damaged or the dirt below is wet, you can repair this with foam. Foam will lift the concrete to the required level. To lift, you will need to locate the dips, drill a hole through the concrete, and put the foam into it. Once you’ve applied, the foam will expand and become hardened to fill the space in the ground while leveling the sidewalk. 

A property owner is the ultimate responsible person for maintaining sidewalks regardless of who installs them. If the sidewalks join a privately owned property, the property owners whose property is adjoined by the sidewalk have the responsibility of maintaining the sidewalks. If the property owner is a town, then the town should maintain the sidewalk.

In fixing uneven sidewalks, there are three options involved. First is raising the sunken paper through mudjacking or using expanding polyurethane foam. The second option is coating the sunken part with a cement and sand mixture and, lastly, patching the sidewalk, although the patch will show. 

To repair a sinking sidewalk, you can use a method known as mudjacking to level the sinking part. The slab will be in the required position with just a small amount of pressure. 

You can repair a concrete sidewalk through mudjacking, which can level sinking walkways. The steps include:

  • Drilling holes of between half to two inches
  • Put a grout nozzle into the hole and let the mixture of concrete and pond sand fill the walkway until it levelized
  • Alternatively, you can raise the sidewalk or concrete through slab jacking if the uneven sidewalk is small
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