Common Concerns About Concrete Lifting

One common concern people have about concrete lifting is whether it is environmentally friendly. The good news is that the materials used for concrete slab lifting are non-toxic and environmentally safe. In fact, concrete slab lifting is often considered a “green” solution because it reduces waste and minimizes the need for new materials.

Another concern people may have is whether concrete slab lifting will damage their property. Again, the answer is no. The small holes drilled in the slab are typically less than 2 inches in diameter, and they can be easily filled with a colour-matched material after the lifting process is complete.

Common Concerns About Concrete Lifting

Concrete slab lifting is a process that involves injecting a special material underneath sunken or uneven concrete slabs to lift them back into place. This material, usually a polyurethane foam that becomes solid, is pumped through small holes drilled in the slab. Once the material is in place, it hardens and stabilizes the slab, restoring it to its original position.