WHAT IS POLYJACKING?

When your concrete is showing signs of wear and tear, there are many repair techniques that you can try. Concrete grinding, mudjacking, and complete slab replacement are common options, and have been used with some success over the years. However, for a truly permanent fix, come to us at CLS Foundation Repair & Waterproofing for our polyjacking concrete repair in Sioux Falls. This innovative technique is a great way to lift and level your concrete sidewalk, driveway, pool deck, or patio!

Concrete is naturally prone to things like cracking, sinking, and settling, and this is often due to erosion of the underlying soil. The combination of changing moisture and temperature along with the heavy weight of concrete creates shifting in the soil and the creation of air pockets. This distributes the weight unevenly and increases the likelihood of damage over time.

grid patter on exterior wall for basement repair
foam jacking under foundation

Benefits of Polyjacking

Polyjacking is a technique we use quite often on our Sioux Falls concrete repair jobs, as it has many advantages. Compared to total concrete replacement or mudjacking, this method has lots of benefits, such as:

  • Fast dry time- you can drive or walk on your slab in as little as 20 minutes!
  • Eco-friendly and waterproof- no degradation or leaching over time
  • Able to reach into the tiniest cracks and gaps under your slab
  • Super light and stabilizing to the soil, eliminating future issues with sinking

For a quick, clean, and permanent fix to your concrete sinking or settling problems, come to CLS Foundation Repair & Waterproofing for our polyjacking concrete repair services in Sioux Falls. We can come out to your home or business for a free assessment and let you know if polyjacking will work for you! Schedule your free evaluation today by calling or filling out our online form.

What makes polyjacking different?

Old methods of concrete repair use more concrete to attempt to fix the issue, but polyjacking uses a lightweight, two-part polyurethane foam. This foam is injected through tiny holes in the slab, allowing our crew to lift and level it with perfect accuracy.