NOVA Foam Concrete Leveling
Have you started to notice sunken, uneven, or cracked concrete around your house? NOVA Foam Concrete Leveling has the solution to the many challenges you face in maintaining the concrete around your home. When properly maintained, the concrete surrounding your home will be safe and beautiful for many years to come.
At less then half the cost of replacement, Foam Concrete Leveling is a cost effective alternative to replacing concrete, with no color change in concrete, no damage to grass or landscaping and the work completed in hours, not days. You can walk on the repaired concrete immediately and drive on it in 4-6 hours. All our work is guaranteed!
NOVA Foam Concrete Leveling serves the Northern Virginia, Washington DC, and suburban Maryland areas. Call 1-855-NOVAFOAM for a free estimate!
Polyurethane Concrete Raising uses a foam material that is injected under the slab. It is injected as a liquid and sets up into an expanded foam material, filling any voids and raising the concrete. After 15 seconds it will reach its final volume, after curing it will never lose its density. After it is installed, it is permanent and weighs about 2 lbs per cubic foot.
Polyurethane Concrete Raising and Void Filling
Lightweight material, combined with fewer and smaller holes give polyurethane a clear advantage over mud jacking material. Perfect for joint stabilization this material travels along a void, filling and stabilizing the concrete to avoid vibrations and rocking. High Density Polyurethane material is a lightweight material. This material is vulnerable to sunlight which can damage the material structure. With the application being under concrete it is not exposed to sunlight therefore never losing density.
The polyurethane equipment is contained in a truck or trailer, and has a sufficient length of hose to accommodate your needs. The process of void filling and raising a concrete slab is the same as traditional mud jacking. Polyurethane expands versus the pressure of pumping in traditional mud jacking material. Because of this characteristic of the material and how it is delivered, polyurethane can cover a larger area in less time.
Settled concrete is commonly a result of poor soil conditions below a slab. Polyurethane has become a popular repair method because the material is so lightweight it will not further burden the already weak soil.
After concrete has been raised, the only visible evidence that the slab has been repaired is the holes. Polyurethane has gained popularity because of the nearly invisible 5/8" holes that remain after the job is completed.