Concrete Poly Leveling foam goes by many names including: Poly Foam, Poly Level Foam, Poly Leveling Foam etc.
Mudjacking Versus Poly Level Foam Concrete Raising – Fact vs. Fiction
If you came here because you are interested in Poly Level services to raise your concrete, you came to the right place. With over 40 years experience, the Concrete Chiropractor is here to help you make the right choice. We spent a year researching Poly Leveling and although we could offer it we decided NOT to offer it in our service line up. Below are just some of the reasons why. Give us a call at 908-369-3110 and let us educate you further on why we strongly suggest you use MUD to raise your concrete, not Poly.
The traditional method of concrete repair in NJ and nationwide for sinking concrete with it’s 80 year history it has been the time proven method known as Mudjacking, the only way to raise concrete without the unknown history of Poly leveling, or Polyurethane foam concrete raising and void filling.
Here at Concrete Chiropractor we are experienced specialists, and one of the original companies in the field of mudjacking and slabjacking in NJ. Concrete Chiropractor is the leader in the field of concrete lifting in NJ and concrete raising in NJ. As part of our dedication and obligation on how to level sinking concrete, we have attended many shows such as World of Concrete to stay abreast of new technology that would be a significant change to the settling concrete repair field. The newest option is know as the Poly leveling foam concrete raising.
If we feel there was a new method that would better serve the customer, or it was a feasible mudjacking alternative, we would not hesitate to add it to our existing method of concrete leveling in NJ. While others have jumped on this bandwagon of poly leveling, at this time, we do not see an advantage to polyurethane injection grouting over the traditional, time proven, methods of concrete repair. We back our method with our long standing reputation and our personal guarantee.
If you are looking to raise concrete safely at a reasonable price, with a well know company that will stand behind you, guarantee it’s work and has a great reputation, then you need to call Concrete Chiropractor.
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