Process of Raising Concrete with Polyurethane Foam

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STEP 1: Injection holes are strategically drilled around the areas where the concrete is sunken and requires lifting.


STEP 2: Polyurethane foam is injected through the holes which fill the space underneath the concrete slab, using the concrete slab itself to drive the foam into the crevices, thereby lifting the concrete back to its original, correct level.

STEP 3:  Once concrete is leveled, the injection holes are filled discretely with new cement, allowing you to use your surface immediately.

Benefits to Using Polyurethane for Concrete Lifting


Concrete raising is typically about half the cost of replacing the same concrete. Ultimately, the cost of raising or stabilizing concrete is a direct reflection of how much leveling material the project will require.



Ready to use immediately! As opposed to taking out the old slab, framing the new slab, and waiting for the concrete to set up. Clean Work Environment: No concrete or grout splatter and no wash down needed.


Small Drill Holes

Polyurethane concrete raising drills a nearly invisible 5/8 inch hole and the process calls for considerably fewer holes than traditional mudjacking with minimal patchwork needed.



This material will never lose density, is permanent and weighs only about 2 lbs. per cubic foot. Compared to traditional Mudjacking material weighs on average 100 lbs per cubic foot.



The poly foams we use are environmentally friendly, consisting of 39-49% renewable and recycled materials. JAG Lifting Solutions' polyurethane foam is a top-of-the-line material, designed specifically for different concrete applications.