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The Benefits offered by Eco Concrete Levelling

The Benefits offered by Eco Concrete Levelling

Eco Concrete Levelling offers the best in customer services, with the best in polyurethane foam, and the best in financing programs for your concrete levelling needs. The Best in Customer Service In regards to service, we are committed to being on time for scheduled appointments & for...


Foundation Problems with Mudjacking!

Foundation Problems with Mudjacking!

Often when I am doing estimates, people ask the question “Is it true that mudjacking can cause foundation problems”?  The simple answer is, yes it can.  As with any procedure, whether it is a dentist doing a simple filling or a pilot landing a plane, a lot has to do with the person who is...


What are the benefits of polyurethane foam?

What are the benefits of polyurethane foam?

Benefits of polyurethane foam to raise a concrete slab is a clean procedure. It does not create grout or concrete splatter and does not require any washing. The injection hole is 5/8 of an inch vs. 1 1/2" - 2" with traditional mudjacking, and when compared to mudjacking it requires a minimum...


What is involved in the raising procedure?

Posted in Eco Concrete Levelling / Mudjacking

What's Involved? The cost of replacing a concrete slab is approx. double the cost of raising or levelling a slab, and it only takes between two to three hours to complete an average job. Once the levelling is finished, the slab is ready for use. There are three steps to raising a...


Why Is Polyurethane Foam Better Than Traditional Mudjacking?

Why Is Polyurethane Foam Better Than Traditional Mudjacking?

Posted in Poly Concrete Levelling

The Indisputable Facts Smaller holes in the concrete. Does not add significant weight to the soil under the slab. Fast curing time allows concrete to be put back into service immediately. Material expands to fully fill voids under slabs. Moisture resistant, will not wash out. Does...


Helpful Tips to Sustaining Your Concrete

The drill hole patches will begin to fade and blend with the existing concrete in approximately 4-5 weeks. If the patches do not seem to be blending to your satisfaction, buffing them with sandpaper can help to blend the patch with the original concrete. If you have any surface cracks,...