What We Raise
Generocity Concrete Leveling & Repair can raise any form of concrete slab.
All solid slabs of concrete can be raised & stabilized. Gravel areas, blacktop and pavers sitting in sand can not be raised but the soil underneath can be stabilized with Deep Foamjection™. Slabs of concrete that are badly cracked may be too damaged to lift.
Driveway, sidewalk, foundation floors etc. — If your concrete has settled or is uneven, we can help!
How We Raise It
Most concrete raising jobs will take a few hours- start to finish-and your concrete will be ready to use immediately upon completion! Polyurethane concrete raising uses a foam material that is injected under the slab. When the components of this material are mixed, a reaction causes the material to expand. This expanded foam fills any voids beneath the slab and raises the concrete. This material will never lose density, is permanent and weighs only about 2 lbs. per cubic foot.
Important Reasons to Raise Your Slab
Safety. Trip hazards can harm you and your family and leaves your property vulnerable to unwanted liability.
Cost. You can raise your concrete for less than half the price of replacing the concrete slab.
Time. Your slab problem will only worsen in time, fix it now and avoid the hassle later. Raising concrete with polyurethane foam often takes a couple of hours and the structure is ready immediately upon completion.
Appearance. Eye sores and additional structural cracks can be the result of unleveled concrete.
Home Value. Trying to sell your home? First appearance is everything to a home buyer.
Structural Damage. When a concrete slab settles, doors and windows begin to stick and structures connected to the slab start to settle and crack.
Water Damage. Water follows the path of least resistance. A settled or sunken driveway may end up costing a homeowner considerable money in foundation repairs over time.
Be Green. By raising your concrete, you are saving your current slab form being torn out and deposited in landfill.