Polyurethane Foam is the safest, longest-lasting, and most cost-effective method for concrete lifting. It only requires a 5/8″ hole in the concrete, and can be walked on in 15 minutes. This method of concrete lifting can also be done underwater. We are also the only company in the area that provides this service.Find out more.
We offer three (3) types of crack repair: Carbon fiber structural crack repair, hydrophilic polyurethane crack injection for waterproofing, structural epoxy crack injection. 1.) Carbon fiber crack repair uses aerospace grade carbon fiber to repair failing concrete structures (e.g. concrete joists/beams, concrete/steel tanks, etc.) Carbon fiber can also be a repair to stop bowing basement walls. […]Find out more.
Mudjacking is a cost effective alternative to replacing concrete slabs such as driveways, sidewalks, patios and steps. A mixture of spent lime and Portland cement is pumped underneath the concrete to hydraulically jack the slab into a level condition. Residential applications only.Find out more.
Foundation underpinning (otherwise know as post construction piering) is the installation of galvanized helical or push piers beyond the active soil layers down to verifiable load bearing stratum (soil) or bedrock. Once the piers are installed to verifiable load bearing soil, galvanized foundation brackets are installed and the foundation load is transferred to the piers. After […]Find out more.
Galvanized push/resistance piers are solely designed for post-construction. Galvanized push piers use the weight of the home as a reactive force. This means that every galvanized push pier installed is 100% load tested during the installation process. After the galvanized push piers are installed, the foundation load is transferred to the piers. Using our unique […]Find out more.
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