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Concrete leveling services in Glenview include lifting and leveling sinking concrete slabs, patios, driveways, or walkways. Expanding polyurethane foam is used during the polyjacking procedure. For leveling concrete effectively, it offers a quicker, more dependable, non-toxic alternative to mudjacking.

Why Does Concrete Settle?

Concrete can sink for a diverse range of reasons, including insufficient compaction, unfavorable site conditions, bad drainage, and tree roots. Rain or gutter water washing away soil from your driveway or sidewalk is the leading cause of this issue. Concrete settles as a result of the voids or pockets that remain beneath it.

The presence of clay in the soil, which alters in size in response to soil moisture levels, is another concern. When the soil becomes water-saturated, it expands. It also contracts when it dries out. Because of the constant fluctuations in moisture, the soil becomes unstable, which causes the concrete to move and sink.

Why Does Concrete Settle

Concrete Leveling Using Polyjacking

A sturdy base of soil should be used to support the concrete. If the soil is still unstable, the problem can repeat itself even if the slab is replaced.

Benefits of Polyjacking​

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After a quick 15 minute injection, you can walk all over the concrete slab. The slab can handle vehicular traffic as well.


It merely takes a few minutes to perform poly-jacking and the technique is minimally invasive making it a comfortable solution for owners.


The foam constitutes lightweight polyurethane which is a strong medium in contrast to other market techniques like mudjacking, which uses heavy materials.


The foam used for polyjacking prevents soil from poisoning as it does not let any harmful chemical substances seep into the ground.


Property owners can save almost 50% of their usual concrete slab replacement costs if they choose concrete leveling by polyjacking.


Polyurethane foam is waterproof and it does not get weakened by exposure to water.

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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