Frequently Asked Questions


Q: How long does the foam last under the concrete?

A: Concrete lifting using polyurethane foam has been around since 2006 so there isn’t a definite life to the foam that we are aware of yet. Polyurethane is made of recycled plastics and itself is a “plastic” so it’s safe to say that the foam will be there if the concrete above it is there.

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Q: Can oils or cleaning chemicals breakdown the polyurethane?

A: The biggest breakdown of polyurethane is UV rays.


Q: If my driveway has cracks in it can it still be lifted?

A: In most cases yes. The cracks will need to be sealed to prevent water from entering under the slab and washing away soils or moistening the clay.


Q: How long does the process take?

A: Depending on the amount of lifting needed the average driveway can take between 4 to 8 hours.


Q: How big are the holes that are drilled, and will they blend in once it has been patched over?

A: We us 5/8 (Dime Size) and 3/8 (1/2 Dime Size). All based on the application that is needed to be used.


Q: When can I park on and use my driveway after it has been repaired?

A: You can park and use your driveway 15 minutes after we have completed the project.


Q: Do you offer a warranty?

A: We offer a free 2-Year Limited Warranty.