Is your foundation sinking? Protect your investment.
If you have a problem with sunken, cracked, or uneven concrete, you may be exposed to unnecessary liabilities.
"Chicago Foundation Pros" has the solution.
We are a concrete lifting and leveling repair company, and we specialize in raising sunken concrete slabs and foundations.
We can raise, lift, repair, level and stabilize uneven, tipped or sunken concrete slabs and foundations, using a method that’s broadly called concrete raising. This process can involve techniques and terms such as slab-jacking, mud-jacking, concrete jacking, concrete lifting, concrete leveling, polyurethane concrete raising, slab stitching, foundation piering, void filling, and pressure grouting.
Two of the primary methods we offer are mud-jacking and polyurethane concrete raising. Both methods are half the cost of replacement. Your work is completed in hours, not days.
Advantages of Concrete Raising:
Eliminates tripping hazard
Fraction of the cost of replacement
Does not disturb landscaping
Finished in hours, not days
Same day use
Enhances curb appeal
Polyurethane concrete raising is a cost-effective alternative to replacing concrete. Concrete raising can usually be done for less than half the cost of pouring new concrete.
However, the savings may be even greater, when you take into account the elimination of costs for demolition, removal and landscaping.
Most polyurethane projects can be completed quickly and economically, with minimal disruption, and are ready for use the same day.
The equipment is contained in a truck or trailer, with a sufficient length of hose to accommodate the location. The equipment remains parked, while the crew pulls out enough hose to reach the area being repaired. Polyurethane foam is injected under the slab, filling voids, and raising it to the correct level.
Mud-jacking works just like polyurethane foam injection, and is also known as: Slab-jacking, Concrete Raising, and Pressure Grouting.
Mud-jacking is another cost-effective alternative to replacing concrete. Either mud-jacking or polyurethane foam concrete raising can usually be done for less than half the cost of pouring new concrete.
Most mud-jacking projects can be completed quickly and economically with minimal disruption, and can be ready for use the same day.
It doesn’t take much pressure to raise concrete. Our employees are careful, and our concrete raising equipment is compact, so we can work in almost any environment, safely and effectively.
Contact us for more information at (773) 453-7309 for any of your concrete repair needs.