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Why Polylifting Is a Long-Term Concrete Leveling Solution

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You may have heard that polylifting is a great alternative to mudjacking for leveling sunken concrete, but perhaps you’re not aware that polylifting systems can support concrete slabs for much longer. Once it is cured, it’s impervious to erosion, chemicals, insects, and underground rodents, making it a better long-term solution.

Polylifting Uses a Scientifically Formulated Polymer

In case you’re wondering how strong polyurethane foam is, consider that 1 square foot of cured foam can support a load of more than 10,000 pounds. While both mudjacking and polylifting entail pumping a substance under the slab to stabilize and level it, polylifting requires fewer injection holes, allowing for a much cleaner process. It’s also more efficient since the foam cures and hardens just 15 minutes after being injected. Additionally, polyurethane foam never loses density or shrinks and is environmentally friendly.

Polyurethane Concrete Lifting Services From ESOG

At Engineered Solutions of Georgia, our polylifting service is an affordable long-term solution for sunken concrete. With more than 15 years of industry experience to our name, we confidently back our polylifting service with a five-year warranty to give you peace of mind.

If you’re looking for a cost-effective concrete leveling method, whether for a cracked driveway, patio, or pool deck, contact Engineered Solutions of Georgia today to schedule a complimentary consultation.

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