Concrete Lifting

Slabjacking, or mud jacking as it is commonly called, is a cost-effective alternative to replacing sunken concrete. Concrete is lifted by drilling penny-sized holes through the slab, and pumping polyurethane foam underneath the slab. As the foam flows beneath the surface, voids and depressions are filled and the slab is raised to achieve the desired height. Polyurethane Foam can be used to raise almost any type of concrete structure. Call Poly Lift USA today to talk to one of our highly trained professional about your concrete leveling needs.

We can help with the following:

  • Interior floor slabs
  • Sinking Pool decks
  • Sinking Driveways
  • Sinking Sidewalks
  • Concrete Repairs
  • Sunrooms with concrete floors
  • Concrete driveways
  • Concrete roadways & parking areas
  • Airport runways
  • Most concrete structures

How It Works

Small 5/8 inch holes are drilled through the sunken slab.
An injector port is carefully installed in each of the holes.
Poly foam is injected into the port, it expands & lifts the slab.
With the port removed, the holes are patched with cement

Before & Afters


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