1-204-797-8040 Winnipeg & Area1-204-761-6000 Brandon & Area

Winnipeg, MB

1-204-797-8040 Winnipeg & Area1-204-761-6000 Brandon & Area

Winnipeg, MB

The Concrete Lift & Levelling Specialists in Swan River

WHO WE SERVE

Driveway Concrete Levelling | Residential Concrete Levelling Regina

RESIDENTIAL

With the most advanced skills and processes, we lift and level any uneven or sunken concrete.

Commercial Concrete Levelling Regina | Concrete Lifting Regina

COMMERCIAL

Sunken concrete regularly causes issues of harm and labiality risks. We do it all, from void filling to soil stabilization and walkways.  

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INDUSTRIAL

Sunken concrete increases the risk of injuries and will slow productivity. We level out warehouse floors, production facilities, and more.  

Agricultural Concrete Levelling Regina

AGRICULTURAL

Call us to level your concrete in the agricultural industry (bins and Quonsets included).


Agricultural Concrete Levelling Regina

MUNICIPALITIES

There is a serious need for concrete levelling in Municipalities. Use of concrete levelling can save on costs in the future.  

BEST WARRANTY IN THE INDUSTRY

RESIDENTIAL APPLICATIONS

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DRIVEWAYS

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SIDEWALKS & WALKWAYS

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GARAGE FLOORS

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DETACHED GARAGES

About The Process

How does Polyurethane foam concrete raising work?
Firstly, we believe it’s good for you to know that most concrete raising jobs will take between one to two (1-2) hours—start to finish—and your concrete will be ready for use immediately upon completion!
1. When you level your uneven concrete using poly foam concrete raising techniques, ⅝” injection holes are strategically drilled around the areas where the concrete is sunken and requires lifting.2. The concrete raising equipment is contained in a truck or trailer and has a sufficient length of hose to accommodate most locations, the hose is extended to reach the area in need of repair.3. Once everything is prepped and the hose and materials are in place, the polyurethane foam is injected through the holes which fill the space underneath the concrete slab, using the concrete slab itself to drive the foam into the crevices, thereby lifting the concrete back to its original, correct level.4. Upon completion of levelling the concrete, the injection hole(s) are filled discretely with new cement, allowing you to use your surface immediately.

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