Soil erosion or shifting is a common cause of uneven concrete slabs. When the soil shifts, one side or the entire concrete slab sinks because it is no longer being supported. This is why so many foundations, concrete floors, patios and walkways begin to tilt, crack and become uneven.
CNT Foundations offers several commercial concrete and foundation services, and we have corrected countless uneven concrete slabs of all sizes with our concrete leveling services. Uneven concrete can be a safety hazard if left alone for too long, your "watch your step" sign will only go so far! CNT Foundations has concrete leveling and lifting tools that will bring your concrete slab back to where it belongs.
CNT Foundations uses PolyLift, a polyurethane foam injection, to lift concrete back to its original position. This solution is noninvasive, durable, and fully functional within 15 minutes of installation. A penny-sized hole is drilled into the slab and polyurethane foam is injected to fill the void underneath and level the slab. The newly injected foam then lifts the concrete back to it's starting position. This foam is very light and eco-friendly.
Concrete slabs can shift and sink with the erosion of the soil through which it is being supported. Soils in the south are particularly at risk because of the moisture content. This shifting and sinking cause the concrete to become uneven. Whether your warehouse floor is sinking in one corner or your front walkway has become a tripping hazard, your commercial property needs professional concrete leveling to stay within safety standards. PolyLift is a more effective, faster solution than Mudjacking. CNT Foundations has helped many people around Columbia with PolyLift services and can correct the leveling of your concrete slab with effective solutions that are meant to withstand the stresses that come with a commercial property.
"Out of the three companies that I had look at my floors, CNT was the only one that could tell me the real problem." - T.M.
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