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Concrete Levelling Services
We offer a unique combination of high quality structural lifting foams along with the equipment and training needed to address deep soil issues.
Our concrete levelling process
Slab and Concrete Lifting
Polyjacking (a.k.a. slab lifting and concrete lifting) can be accomplished at a fraction of the cost and time required for replacement using our AP Lift series of resins.
Deep Lift Process
The Deep Lift process may be necessary if deeper soil issues are undermining the slab or structure.
Slab lifting foams don’t just save money, they save time. Because of their expansion properties, they can be applied quickly to lift slabs, and curing doesn’t require the same amount of time as other solution applications, such as mudjacking with cement slurry. That means a seasoned slab lifting technician can deliver project completion – with drive-on capability – in a much more efficient manner. Depending on contingencies and project timelines, that savings alone can be worth its weight in gold to potential customers.
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Concrete Levelling FAQs
- What causes uneven concrete floors?
Uneven concrete floors can be caused by movement or shrinkage in the substrate, or by the floor being overloaded and having an insufficient subbase, or the floor simply cracking and becoming segmented.
- What are the benefits of concrete floor levelling?
The benefits of concrete floor leveling compared to the removal and replacement of a new concrete floor is the cost and time saving factors.
- What is the Deep Lift process?
The Deep Lift process is powerful, painless and rapid. Deep Lift gets to the root of the problems in the soil, it brings the structure back to level, and accomplishes this with minimal imposition or downtime to the property owner. We use the latest computer-aided design technology to simulate and calculate the pressures, stresses and strains that each component will handle. The process also involves liaison with contractors, architects, geotechnical specialists.