Foundation Systems of West Virginia recommends polyfoam technology to execute concrete raising. Not all slabs need replacing if they are uneven! However, an uneven concrete slab can let water pool or drain in the wrong direction. A tilted slab can also be a tripping hazard. Trips and falls are the number one cause of injuries in a home. Leveling concrete doesn’t have to be a hassle! We can help with concrete raising and slab leveling at both residential and commercial sites. We are proud to serve all of West Virginia including Clarksburg, Bridgeport, Fairmont, and Morgantown, WV.
We can help lift or level just about every concrete surface you can imagine with our polyfoam technique.
In the past, many would just replace the concrete that was damaged, but the polyfoam technique from Foundation Systems of West Virginia has a lot of advantages over replacement. It is cost-effective, as it is usually about half the cost of replacing the slab. That’s a big chunk of change! That way you won’t have to think twice about making the investment to fix what could potentially be a safety hazard, you can jut do it. In addition, there is no color change in the concrete, no damage to the surrounding landscape and the work is completed in a couple of hours, as opposed to taking days to complete.
It used to be that mudjacking was the only option. Although it is still in use, mudjacking has some disadvantages to polyjacking. Polyjacking uses a much smaller hole to inject the foam, causing less damage to your slab. In addition to the smaller holes, fewer holes are needed entirely. The process is clean and allows your concrete to be used on the same day the concrete lifting procedure is performed. Plus, there’s no heavy equipment ruining your yard! The trailer is pulled up and a hose is used to direct the polyurethane foam.
Contact the concrete leveling professionals at Foundation Systems of West Virginia today and we’ll come out and give you a free estimate. We are proud to offer this service to our West Virginia friends and look forward to bringing your slab to a safe and usable level.