Garages serve multiple facets for the American households and are an essential portion to a home. Over a period of time, the concrete foundation begins to shift, crack, warp, and degrade in structural integrity. As the issues begin to appear, the cost of repair accumulates and so do the relative maintenance costs. Issues that related to garage floors are the result of heavy traffic movement in and out of the area, ground movement that compromises the concrete foundation, and heavy vehicles being parked in the area for long periods of time. If not attended to in a timely fashion, could result in costly repairs and contract work to restore the concrete slab.
At Poly Lift USA we offer our customers an environmentally safe, waterproof, cost effective, professional, turn-key solution. This innovated approach to concrete sinking and related issues has resulted in Poly Lift USA being recognized in Florida, Georgia, and Dallas as one of the leaders in the concrete leveling industry. Our professionals have seen it all from soil erosion to the disintegration of organics around the affected areas. We pride ourselves in making sure our qualified technicians are fully equipped to handle any problem/situation that could emerge from a settled or sunken concrete slab.
Many don’t know that repairs must be initiated immediately if their garage floor settles or sinks with a slope or opening that ends up sending water toward that portion of the house. This seepage of water into the garage will over time weaken the foundation of their home due to minor flooding. This will turn one major problem into two major problems alongside adding costly repairs.
We here at Poly Lift USA understand how important it is to secure your properties and protect your love ones. That is why in just FOUR fast and easy steps, we will give our customers a safe and permanent solution to their damaged concrete garage floors. First, small 5/8-inch holes are bored through the sunken slab. Second, an injector port is installed in each hole. Third, high-density foam is injected into the port, whereupon it expands and lifts the slab. Lastly, with the port removed, the holes are cleaned and patched with cement.