Traditionally, mudjacking has been the go-to process for concrete leveling. Yet in the past decade or so, more and more homeowners are opting for PolyLevel. When handled correctly, it’s a great long-term solution for concrete leveling projects. The science takes inspiration from the regular mudjacking concept. But instead of a mud and concrete slurry, this modern approach to concrete leveling works with a high-density and lightweight foam.
- Cures faster than mudjacking (in minutes, not days)
- Effective with a variety of cement leveling applications
- Lightweight and waterproof prevents extra soil settling
- Waterproofing defends against future voids
Polyjacking is popular because it’s fast, strong, and clean. Your team will start by drilling a minimum number of pea-sized holes into your concrete slabs. Then the PolyLevel material will get pushed below the surface.
As that foam expands, the concrete slabs gradually rise back up to their appropriate height. Once the job is finished, the curing time usually takes under an hour. Then the holes get patched up, and you can carry on with the rest of your day!