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Concrete leveling in Elk Grove uses the polyjacking technique with polyurethane foam. It is used for lifting as well as leveling concrete slabs, patios, sidewalks, and driveways by. It’s a non-toxic process, faster and more durable than other concrete leveling solutions like mudjacking.

Why Does Concrete Settle?

Concrete can settle for a variety of reasons, such as poor drainage, inadequate compaction, unfavorable site conditions, and tree roots. The most common cause of concrete settlement is when rainwater and gutter water wash debris out from underneath your driveway or sidewalk. Your concrete can settle as a result of the voids or pockets that are created underneath it.

Clay-rich soil, which contracts and expands in response to moisture content, is another factor. When this soil gets soaked with water, it expands, and when it dries out, it contracts. The soil becomes unstable due to the change in moisture content, which causes the concrete to shift and sink.

Why Does Concrete Settle

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Concrete should be supported by soil that is as sturdy as the concrete itself. If not, it may be unable to support the weight. The slab cannot be replaced if weak soil is the problem.

Benefits of Polyjacking​

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Just 15 minutes after the injection, you can walk over the concrete slab.


The process is not invasive as it does not involve any major excavation or digging.


The foam is made up of lightweight polyurethane. In contrast to other techniques like mudjacking, which uses heavy materials, it doesn't cause future soil settlement as it uses lightweight, sustainable materials.


The foam used for polyjacking fills the voids in the soil and prevents any kind of poisoning of the soil.


Homeowners can easily save up to 50% of the traditional concrete slab replacement costs if they go for concrete leveling using polyjacking.


Polyurethane foam does not get weakened by water after it's been settled. It is waterproof and strong.

Types of Concrete Leveling​



Pool decks​



Concrete Steps​


Garage floors​

What Is The Process Of Polyjacking Concrete Leveling?

The process involves some important  steps:  

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Step 1

Dime-sized holes are drilled into the sunken concrete areas.

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Step 2

Polyurethane foam is injected through the holes beneath the concrete.

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Step 3

The foam underneath the concrete expands, lifting the slab.

The polyurethane foam we use in polyjacking is nonorganic and doesn’t erode or decompose over time. So, the polyjacking process is a long-lasting and useful solution for sinking concrete.

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