We have a better solution for concrete repair and restoration.
Concrete surfaces may be considerably strong and durable, but improper installation, poor preparation prior to the installation, and environmental factors can cause them to settle. If you have uneven or sunken concrete on your property in Burlington, North Carolina, turn to our team at Concrete Uprising. While many professionals use a process called mudjacking to resolve a sinking slab, we have a better solution for concrete repair and restoration: concrete leveling foam.
Concrete leveling foam is made of polyurethane, a class of polymers made of organic units joined by carbamate links. This foam is very useful for repairing uneven concrete surfaces because it is waterproof, very durable, and cost-effective, not to mention that the method of injecting it is very quick and noninvasive.
We will inject concrete leveling foam into the voids underneath your concrete surface to lift the slab and fix any unevenness. Starting with a thorough inspection of the area to identify sunken areas and the causes, we will proceed by drilling holes where we can inject the foam. The liquid will fill the voids, expand, and then harden and cure. Once cured, any excess foam coming through the drilled holes will be removed, and we will patch the holes.
Concrete leveling foam comes with many benefits, and we are prepared to provide them for your property. Contact us today to learn more about what makes this method the best approach in certain circumstances or to schedule concrete leveling.
At Concrete Uprising, we use concrete leveling foam for projects throughout North Carolina, including Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Chapel Hill, Burlington, Apex, Butner, Clayton, Charlotte, Fuquay-Varina, Garner, Greensboro, High Point, Holly Springs, Knightdale, Louisville, Morrisville, Oxford, Pinehurst, Pittsboro, Rocky Mount, Roxboro, Sanford, Selma, Southern Pines, Timberlake, Wendell, Wilson, Winston-Salem, Zebulon, Rockingham, Laurinburg, Lumberton, Fayetteville, Clinton, Goldsboro, Greenville, and Henderson.