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Frequently Asked Questions
What's The Difference Between Mudjacking & Polyjacking?
When it comes to concrete leveling, the terms are frequently used interchangeably, but there is a distinction. Mudjacking has been practiced for a long time. However, due to the mudjacking’s re-settlement and erosion difficulties, there was a demand for a more stable concrete leveling process. To improve on the older methods, polyurethane polyjacking leveling was developed.
Polyurethane foam is more controllable and lighter, so it doesn’t burden the soil as much as Mudjacking. It’s incredibly durable, with significantly smaller injection holes that are easier to patch and more aesthetically beautiful. The polyurethane foam we use is safe for the environment, keeps its shape, isn’t affected by water, is cleaner, and is ready to use once we’ve finished our work.
How Expensive Is It?
If you are experiencing settlement issues, we would love to come give you an estimate on your project. Polyjacking is a quick, easy fix that can restore your concrete slab to its original condition. Contact us today to setup your free estimate.
When Can I Drive On My Driveway After The Work Is Done?
Polyjacking is a great way to fix your driveway without having to tear it up and replace it. After the polyjacking process is complete, you can drive on your driveway 4-6 hours later. This will give the Polyurethane time to settle and harden.
How Long Does It Take To Do A Job?
It depends on the size of the job, but typically Polyjacking can be completed in a few hours.
How Long Will The Repairs Last?
Polyjacking is a quick and long lasting repair solution. The Polyjacking process stabilizes the soil around the foundation and prevents future sinking. Polyjacking typically lasts 10-15 years, sometimes longer.
How does Polyjacking Work?
PolyJacking is a concrete leveling and stabilization procedure that is Polyurethane foam based. PolyJacking uses a two-part foam system that is injected under pressure into the voids or cracks in the concrete. Polyurethane foam is inert, meaning it will not damage or corrode rebar and it will expand to fill all voids and cracks in the concrete. Polyurethane foam cures quickly, usually within minutes, to form a solid mass that stabilizes and strengthens the underlying concrete. PolyJacking can be used for both industrial and residential applications.
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What is concrete sealing?
Concrete sealing is a process that helps to protect concrete from weathering and staining. It also helps to keep the concrete surface smooth, which can be helpful for pedestrians and vehicles. In addition it waterproofs your concrete.