Concrete Raising

 

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Concrete raising, also known as concrete leveling or concrete slinging, is an excellent alternative to replacing or repairing deteriorated concrete slabs. There are two ways of raising concrete slabs: concrete pumping or drum lifting. In the concrete pumping method, a machine lifts the concrete by hand into a vertical position and pumps the concrete up into an area. The other method of concrete leveling uses a large drum, or hydraulic pump, that raises concrete by a vertically elevated position into a job site.Both of these methods require holes to be made in the area to be leveled. A hole concrete paver is used to make these holes, which are located on either side of the holes to be leveled. Once the holes are dug, concrete pumping equipment is then used to pump the concrete up to the level of the holes. There are several advantages to concrete raising:Most importantly, concrete raising and concrete levels offer a safe and effective way of addressing sagging, dropped, or sunken concrete areas that cannot be addressed by simply replacing concrete slabs with new ones. Concrete pumping/concrete leveling offers a cost-effective solution for repairing damaged or sunken concrete, which may not be feasible with other repair methods. When concrete pumping and concrete leveling is employed before repairing damaged or sunken concrete, the repairing process can be completed more quickly than with other repair methods.

 

 

 

 

Concrete Lifting

 

 

Concrete Lifting, also called slab jacking or slip-and-fall repair, comes at a fraction in the cost of a full slab tear-down and replacement. In fact, it is the most cost-effective repair technique available for out-of-site concrete repairs. It accomplishes much more than simply leveling a damaged surface and filling in small cracks - it also lifts an entire slab from the ground, replacing it with a new seamless surface that looks and performs like a brand new floor.Concrete Lifting takes on many forms, but typically involves some combination of these techniques: pumping water to break up the sunken concrete, lifting the lifted slab using a crane system, positioning the crane so the lifting operation is vertical and the crane system then placing the heavy slab on top of the wet surface - all accomplished with the help of a crew. Once the newly-sculpted floor is on the surface, repair workers use special equipment to finish the job by repairing any holes or cracks, adding decorative concrete layers, sanding the floor smooth, coating it with a sealant and final preparation for painting. The greatest advantage to Concrete Lifting is that this process is highly specialized and requires only the best Concrete Lifting Services to complete. Experienced Concrete Lifting Contractors complete this work quickly, accurately, and at a fair price. They know all the tricks of the trade and can take on any challenge, from large demolition jobs to small exterior driveway repairs.A Pool Deck Repair Concrete Lifting job involves the removal of a sunken, damaged, or deteriorating concrete slab. Most pool deck repair jobs require the removal of a large slab (at least 12" thick) and the repair of all damaged or broken Concrete slabs. The repair job also usually involves leveling the area; because the sidewalk, gazebo, or other area around the pool deck will be very hard if not impossible to level after the slab has been removed, a concrete lifting company may need to employ the use of special equipment, such as screed saws or pavers to level the area.

 

 

 

 

Polyurethane Foam Concrete Lifting

 

 

Polyurethane Foam Concrete Lifting is a process of injecting a specially prepared polyurethane foam into hard-surface concrete, thereby causing the expanded polyurethane foam to expand thus creating an additional layer of insulation. Polyurethane Foam Concrete Lifting is a very cost effective way of doing concrete lifting work for both residential and commercial applications, especially as the concrete is carried out at ground level. A professional Polyurethane Foam Concrete Lifting company should be experienced and skilled in carrying out concrete ladders.As the process involves the use of specialized equipment and machinery, the most experienced and professional Polyurethane Foam Concrete Lifting Company will use their experience and expertise to ensure that your foundation repair project is carried out to the highest standard. A professional Polyurethane Foam Concrete Lifting Company will use their experience and expertise to ensure that your foundation repair project is carried out to the highest standard. In addition to this, a professional Polyurethane Foam Concrete Lifting Company will also undertake a thorough inspection of your site prior to any work, ensuring that your chosen polyurethane foam product meets all legal requirements and safety guidelines. Most importantly, a professional Polyurethane Foam Concrete Lifting Company will undertake a thorough inspection of your site prior to any work, ensuring that your chosen polyurethane foam product meets all legal requirements and safety guidelines.

 

If you require a professional Polyurethane Foam Concrete Lifting Company then it is advisable to search on the internet and telephone directory listings to find the most experienced and professional Polyurethane Foam Concrete Lifting Company in your local area. You should then check out the quality of the service they offer and whether they undertake inspections and pre-works. By taking all the factors mentioned above into consideration before choosing a Polyurethane Foam Concrete Lifting Company you should ensure that your concrete slabs are kept in a safe and hygienic condition for years to come.Most importantly, concrete raising and concrete levels offer a safe and effective way of addressing sagging, dropped, or sunken concrete areas that cannot be addressed by simply replacing concrete slabs with new ones. Concrete pumping/concrete leveling offers a cost-effective solution for repairing damaged or sunken concrete, which may not be feasible with other repair methods. When concrete pumping and concrete leveling is employed before repairing damaged or sunken concrete, the repairing process can be completed more quickly than with other repair methods.

 

 

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Concrete Hero
1031 Howard Street, St Charles, IL 60174
630-940-2805
https://theconcretehero.com/