Concrete Lifting and Leveling in Palatine, IL
Like any other repair, it’s value depends upon how long it lasts. That’s why we use commercial grade polyurethane concrete lifting materials on every job we do. With polyurethane, you don’t have to worry about it washing away like mudjacking mud. As a cost-effective repair solution, lifting sunken concrete with poly generally costs less than half the price of replacement. Concrete raising is much faster, less invasive, and can be used as soon as it’s lifted.
One of the greatest things about our concrete repairs is that your concrete won’t look like it was mudjacked. Mudjacking holes are typically much larger than our small poly injection sites. Our hole sizes are much smaller because we inject a thin liquid that travels easily through the hole and between the concrete and its subgrade. The material finds voids and strengthens weak areas as it expands and raises the slab. Mudjacking mud is much thicker. It’s harder to pump and make it spread out under a slab. Would you like to learn more about how this affects the final result of raised concrete? We made a video that shows real examples of how mud and poly compare.