WHAT IS POLYJACKING?
There are many different ways to repair concrete, and CLS Foundation Repair & Waterproofing is well-versed in all of them! Traditional methods like mudjacking, slab replacement, or concrete grinding have been used for a long time, and with some success. But our team in Grand Island proudly utilizes a concrete repair technique called PolyRenewal, which is faster, cleaner, and longer lasting. We’ve restored many driveways, pool decks, patios, and walkways with this method.
Because of soil erosion and the way that concrete is typically poured, concrete slabs are prone to sinking, settling, or cracking over time. Changes in soil moisture and temperature, plus the heavy weight of concrete, can cause air pockets and erosion. This makes the slab susceptible to damage and decay.
Benefits of Polyjacking
CLS Foundation Repair & Waterproofing has seen firsthand the benefits of using PolyRenewal to repair damaged concrete. Compared with old-school methods like mudjacking or tearing out and replacing the concrete, PolyRenewal has some distinct advantages:
- It's completely waterproof and eco-friendly- it won’t degrade or leach chemicals into the soil or water
- It stabilizes the underlying soil and doesn’t add any weight, avoiding future potential sinking
- It dries fast- in as little as 20 minutes!
- It reaches into the smallest cracks and gaps for optimal weight distribution
There are plenty of concrete repair companies in Grand Island, but you won’t find another with the PolyRenewal experience and superior customer care as CLS Foundation Repair & Waterproofing. We will come out to your home or business for a free inspection and tell you if you’d be a good candidate for PolyRenewal. Just give us a call or fill out our online form to request your free estimate!
What makes polyjacking different?
Instead of the old ways of using more concrete to repair the settling or sinking slab, polyjacking uses a two-part, fast-acting polyurethane foam. Our crew of Grand Island concrete repair and polyjacking pros will inject this foam through small holes in the slab to accurately level it and lift it to the desired position.