Lift-Texas Construction, LLC, uses a state-of-the-art
Polyurethane Foam system that helps lift and raise
sunken concrete by injecting through small holes to help void fill and stabilize the area of repair
quickly and economically.
With no need for demolition there is minimal disruption at the repair site. Our eco-friendly polyurethane foam has a quick cure time with most jobs only taking 1-2 hours and immediate use of the repair area afterwards.
Our foam is moisture resistant and will not shift, settle or break down over time providing long-lasting stability.
Small injection holes are strategically drilled into the concrete slab(s)
that requires lifting. The state-of-the-art equipment is contained in a trailer rig with a long hose capable of reaching directly to the area of repair. Polyurethane foam is then injected under the slab filling voids using a special injection gun which allows the technician to carefully deliver and
raise the slab to the correct level.
After the injection is completed,
the hole(s) will be patched with polymer concrete or cement. The concrete slab is repaired for immediate use. The repair typically takes a 1-2 hours based on the scope of your project.
Most jobs can be done in one day.
Polyurethane foam concrete lifting and stabilization is a cost-effective alternative to replacing concrete and can usually be done for less than half the cost.
The savings may be even greater, since the costs of concrete demolition and removal, along with the repair and replacement of landscaping, are eliminated with the effectiveness of concrete raising.
The foam injection process also allows the surrounding area to remain in use or service, even during the project,
with minimal downtime, if any.
Polyurethane foam is created from a geotechnical solution that is especially designed to exhibit full compression strength after just 15 minutes.
This means that large surface areas can be lifted and returned to service immediately after application.
Even when our foam solutions are injected into wet areas, they will still maintain their physical characteristics during the geothermal reaction and expansion.
Plus, the high-density, closed-cell nature of geotechnical foam makes it resistant to water penetration.
During the foam injection process,
the foam will flow freely into cracks and voids, ultimately expanding to its final
Due to its high structural compressive strength and adhesion it will not
shift, settle, or break down over time,
and is moisture resistant
which will help maintain the stability of
the concrete slab over time.
Our polyurethane foam is formulated with recycled materials made from the U.S.
and injected using an
eco-friendly non-ozone depleting
blowing agent that creates
a trouble-free alternative
that can last a lifetime-
and that makes no additional use of
our natural resources.
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