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Sinking Driveways

Many are still uninformed of the many areas in and around their properties that could be affected by sinking concrete.  A major area of concern that is greatly affected by sinking concrete is sinking driveways in Florida and Georgia.  Driveways are normally made in sections and more likely than not, one or more of those sections will sink. Typically, driveways sink due to heavy loads often placed on a specific section, ground movement, or a large vehicle being constantly driven or parked on it.

At Poly Lift USA we offer customers an environmentally safe, waterproof, affordable, mess-free, permanent resolution. This has also resulted in Poly Lift USA being recognized, in Florida and Georgia, as one of the leaders in the concrete leveling industry.  Our professionals have seen it all from soil erosion to the disintegration of organics. Making our technicians fully equipped to handle any problem that could emerge from a settled or sunken slab.  Many don’t know that repairs must be initiated immediately if their driveway settles or sinks with a slope that ends up sends water toward their house. This type of excessive water flow will over time weaken the foundation of their home turning one major problem into an even bigger one.

We understand how important it is to secure your investments and protect your families. That is why in just 4 fast and easy steps we will give our customers a safe and permanent solution to their sunken driveway. 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.

Have sinking driveways in Florida or Georgia and need a safe and fast solution? Call Poly Lift today! See why so many are not replacing it, but raising it with Poly Lift USA.

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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