Concrete Lifting

The concrete structures on your property are subject to wear and tear, damage, and failure. Learn more about how you can protect these areas in and around your home.

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Don’t let cracking and uneven concrete ruin your home’s safety and appearance. When you recognize something is wrong with your concrete – if it seems like it’s not level or there are cracks throughout – don’t hesitate to reach out for professional assistance.

The experts at FSM serving Grand Rapids, Detroit, Traverse City, surrounding areas in Michigan, and nearby Toledo, OH, can use the state-of-the-art PolyRenewal™ concrete lifting method to repair and restore your concrete structures!

Concrete can crack, sink, and fail for several reasons. But it all boils down to the condition of the soil beneath the concrete slabs. When this soil settles and leaves gaps between the concrete, the slabs are no longer properly supported, and they will then settle as well. This can happen to any concrete in and around your home including sidewalks, driveways, patios, pool decks, garage floors, and even interior slabs.

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    Cracking and uneven concrete is not only unsightly, affecting your home’s curb appeal, but it can be dangerous as well. Concrete in disrepair can be a tripping hazard to anyone walking over it, especially young children, the elderly, and those with mobility issues. So, not only does failing concrete make your property look bad, it’s also a safety issue. By properly lifting your concrete, you can enhance your home’s value and the well-being of your loved ones.

    PolyRenewal™ is a proven concrete lifting method that is fast, affordable, and effective in repairing cracking and sinking concrete slabs. This material also is lightweight, durable, waterproof, environmentally-friendly, and versatile. It can be used to lift sinking concrete driveways, sidewalks, patios, pool decks, garage floors, steps, and interior slabs.

    The cost of concrete lifting with PolyRenewal™ varies and depends on the extent of the damage, the size of the area needing to be repaired, and the amount of material used. It is far more cost-effective than traditional mudjacking or concrete repouring methods. It will never be more affordable to lift your concrete than it is right now before it falls into an extreme state of disrepair.

    Yes. PolyRenewal™ is made from eco-friendly material that is waterproof and won’t degrade or wash away over time. This means it won’t leach any harmful chemicals into any surrounding soil or water.

    While the concept is the same, using PolyRenewal™ for concrete lifting is far more effective. The installation process is less invasive, only requiring the drilling of penny-sized holes. Whereas mudjacking involves pumping heavy concrete slurry underneath slabs, PolyRenewal™ is a lightweight but strong foam material that better fills voids to allow for slab lifting.

    The beauty of this system is its quick cure time. Mudjacking and concrete repouring requires hours, even days, of downtime in order for the concrete to cure. But PolyRenewal™ foam injections begin curing within minutes of installation. Most slabs will be able to be walked on or driven over within 15 minutes.

    DIY projects are popular with many homeowners nowadays, but concrete lifting with PolyRenwal™ is not something you can take on by yourself. The installation requires specific calculations, precise drilling and installation, and using the correct material in the first place. PolyRenewal™ is only available from FSM, and our team of experts is ready to help you!

    Contact our team at FSM today to schedule a free inspection and repair quote! One of our inspectors will then visit to evaluate your home and its concrete, and then provide you with a written estimate detailing the methods and cost of repairs. You are under no obligation to book repairs through us, but when you are ready to do so, our experienced installers will have your concrete lifted in no time.

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