PowerLift Injected Polyurethane Foam Is A Smarter, Cheaper, Faster, Stronger Method of Raising Concrete Slabs Than Traditional Methods
Ada, OK (PRWEB) - PowerLift Foundation Repair's method of polyurethane foam injection lifting of sinking concrete slab surfaces is growing in popularity as a cost-effective and environmentally-friendly alternative to traditional methods of demolition and replacement, as well as other injection methods. This method has multiple applications in residential, municipal and commercial markets, including concrete slab lifting of residential and commercial building slabs, like sinking sidewalks, driveways, parking lots, roadways, airport runways, etc. That makes for a smarter, cheaper, faster, and stronger method of raising pavement that's growing in popularity.
According to Bill Bolin, Founder and President of PowerLift, "New technology has reduced costs and improved the process to make foam injection a leading option for raising settled concrete slabs in residential and commercial applications."
Whether the application is raising a sinking slab in a home or commercial building; or sidewalk, driveway or patio; a highway or airport runway; high-density polyurethane foam is a faster, smarter, cheaper and more environmentally-friendly way raising sinking concrete slabs.
Founded in 1986, PowerLift has helped pioneer the foundation repair business with it's patented steel and helical pier foundation repair systems. The Company has been a major contributor in innovative development of most known modern-day foundation repair techniques. With a long-standing Better Business Bureau A+ rating, PowerLift has repaired over 25,000 residential and commercial foundations in the primary market area of Oklahoma, Arkansas, Tennessee, North Carolina and several other states. Also, PowerLift has become known as the "Go-To-Company" for the most complicated commercial repair projects across the U.S. PowerLift offers any property owners free, written estimates and a limited lifetime warranty on most repairs.
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