Concrete Slab Lifting and Leveling

Because you deserve the best concrete

Did you know one square foot of AP Lift Foam can support up to 14,000 lbs? We will evaluate any concerete slab that is settled, cracked or undermined by voids and loose soil. Our objective is to minimize your downtime while ensuring a long term solution for your concrete slab. We are determined to create a customer experience worthy of referral.

What causes concrete to settle?


Poor drainage, improperly placed downspouts, leaking drain pipes, and broken water lines are common culprits.

Biological Decay

Construction trash pits, buried trees, and other biodegradable materials all break down. Sometimes structures are built over these areas.

Expansive Soil

Soils beneath a concrete floor slab constantly are cycling between becoming dry and shrinking and then moisture causes it to expand. This forces the concrete slabs to constantly have to settle on the newly formed foundation.

Poor Compaction

When backfilling on a jobsite, the contractor is supposed to compact the backfill by driving over it with heavy equipment. However, this isn't always done properly for one reason or another.

Issues with Sunken Concrete

Why does concrete sink?

Erosion, biological decay, expansive soil and poor compaction all contribute to concrete sinking. These factors result in adverse effects and create unstable concrete.


Uneven concrete slabs create a tripping hazard for individuals and can lead to bodily harm and company liabilites.

Potential Slab Failure

If the sinking slabs are ignored and the structural integrity of the slab is comprimised due to cracks, rebar rusting, and lack of general support the slab can fail causing potentially serious financial problems.

Product and Equipment Damage

Unstabalized and uneven concrete slabs can damage vehicles as well as break under stress casuing expensive damages to equipment and products.

Water Diversion

Uneven slabs can cause water to be diverted to unwanted areas leading to erosion and water damages that can cayuse serious neccesary financial repairs.

Advantages to Raising Concrete with Polyurethane


The polyurethane material will not shrink, breakdown or wash-away like cement or mudbased materials can overtime


Expanding polyurethane foam is waterproof whereas traditional mudjacking material is not. This prevents future erosion and reduces the chance of future settling.

Light Weight

Expanding polyurethane foam can uphold significant loads without adding unnecessary weight to already unstable soil conditions.

No Heavy Equipment

Unlike traditional concrete repair and replacement methods; foam lifting does not require heavy and lound equipment that can damage your property.

Fast Process

A typical job only takes 1-3 hours to complete and the polyurethane foam is cured in only 15 minutes. Allowing for a quick return to service.

Environmentally Friendly

Polyurethane foam is non-toxic and creates a barrier to moisture, chemicals, insects, rodents and erosion without releasing harmful chemicals into your soil.

Poly-Foam Lifting Process


Step 1 : Drill

Small holes (3/8” inch diameter) are drilled through the sunken concrete slab at strategic locations.


Step 2 : Pump

Polymer foam is injected through these ports, lifting the slabs back to the correct level positions while also stabalizing the soil beneath.


Step 3 : Patch

Lastly, the holes are filled with nonshrinking grout leaving the slab looking nearly new.


Step 4 : Enjoy!

As soon as our crew is done cleaningup and leaves you are ready to begin walking and driving on your raised and leveled concrete again. The polymer cures in 15 minutes!

Concrete Lifting and Leveling Solutions