Should You Repair or Replace Your Concrete?
If you have cracked or unleveled concrete on your property, it’s a problem. But should you repair or replace concrete?
This article will discuss your options and show you why leveling with polyurethane is a great choice for you, your wallet, and the environment.
If you’re ready to repair the unsightly and dangerous concrete on your property call today for a free consultation! 844-765-9872.
WHY CONCRETE REPAIR VS. REPLACEMENT?
The cost of a concrete replacement in time and money is significant for busy homeowners. It takes a lot of time to get the job done. Your home or business will be disrupted. Driveways will be dug up. Heavy machinery will be called in.
All are inconvenient, all are expensive. In all but the rarest cases, replacement is not needed.
In the vast majority of cases, our polyurethane foam provide all the concrete leveling and repair needed. The services provided by Poly Lift USA in Florida and Georgia ensures that you are left with the best results. Below are a few of the most important reasons why we suggest choosing with concrete leveling and lifting instead of replacement.
Save Your Time
Installing a new concrete slab is a difficult process. The old concrete must be jackhammered and hauled away. The new slab needs to be poured. The soil needs to be prepped and cured. It can take many days for your property to be useful again.
The experts at Poly Lift USA are able to complete almost all jobs with just two people. We are able to make small drill holes, lift the concrete, and patch the surface in a fraction of the time needed. We accomplish this with drastically less effort and cost vs. full replacement to repair or replace concrete.
Matching Concrete Colors
As you might guess, repaired or re-poured concrete will look like repaired or re-poured concrete. It’s not going to match other weathered slabs on your property. With polyurethane lifting and leveling we can maintain the look and feel of your property.
Pouring new concrete can provide a fresh start for your slab, but keep in mind that it will be close to impossible to match the color and shade of your new and existing concrete. Polyjacking and concrete leveling can keep all of your existing surfaces, creating a seamless finish that continues to age with the rest of the surrounding surfaces.
Replacing concrete usually costs twice as much or more than lifting or leveling. Add that to the time savings and the difference is significant. If you want to save money, choose lifting!
SLABS THAT ARE BEYOND REPAIR
Sometimes we do encounter slabs that have been so damaged that we can’t fix them. It’s rare, but it happens. If our technicians find that your property can’t be saved, we will refer you to a trustworthy source.
To discuss your options to repair or replace concrete, contact us today!