Portable Foam Jacking
Low Pressure
Patented

Fix Sidewalks, Driveways & Decks
Only @ $9,950.00

The Foam Jack is a low pressure foam jacking machine that can use high pressure spray polyurethane chemicals. This spray technology is everything you need to get your concrete lifting and maintenance jobs done quickly, safely and affordably

Slab settlement can affect new and old structures alike. Whether you are dealing with a sinking slab in your basement, garage, driveway or patio, a cracked sunken slab creates an uneven surface that can pose a safety hazard.

How Does Poly Foam Work?

When you are dealing with cracked and settling concrete, there are typically two ways to fix the problem: replace the slab with new concrete or raise the slab by pumping a mortar-based mixture underneath the settling slab in a process known as mudjacking.

Mudjacking, slabjacking, and slab raising are all terms to describe the same process. Mudjacking, a concrete lifting technique, has long been an effective alternative to replacing sunken or uneven concrete slabs. Raising settled concrete is much less expensive than concrete replacement.

The problem with traditional mudjacking is that the weight of the “slurry” mixture that is pumped under the slab, combined with the weight of the concrete itself, can actually cause the slab to sink further if the soil beneath isn’t able to support the load.

Advantages of Using Poly Foam?

  • Affordable, permanent solution.
  • Fast-acting: The expanding polymer reaches its final strength and is ready to support weight within 15 minutes, as opposed to mudjacking which takes a whole day.
  • Adjustable: Contractors can adjust the chemical reaction that causes the foam to expand and control how much the concrete is lifted.
  • Noninvasive: The equipment used is less bulky and Poly Foam injection foam is less messy.
  • Environmentally-friendly: The material does not react with soil and does not release harmful chemicals.
  • Strong and lightweight: Poly Foam does not impose added weight on unstable soil, but can still support a substantial load.
  • Waterproof: Poly Foam will not wash away once it is cured.