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What kind of material do you use to raise concrete?

What kind of material do you use to raise concrete?

Mudjacking material is a sand based grout that will not lose its density. Combined with Portland cement this non-organic mixture is pumped under the slab of concrete.  Different from organic material, RaiseRite’s slurry will not decompose or breakdown.

Polyurethane material is injected as a liquid that sets-up as a rigid foam.  This foam will NEVER loose density or shrink.  This material is lighter than traditional mudjacking material, and requires less holes to install.  Even better, the holes are smaller creating a virtually invisible repair!

RaiseRite uses the industry’s best polyurethane material manufactured by HMI.

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