13902 Norby Rd Grandview, MO 64030 | 816-765-4800
As a leader in concrete raising and leveling in the Kansas City, central Missouri, and NE Kansas areas, the PolyMagic team has over 60 years combined experience within the construction industry. Polyjacking is the term used within the industry to provide the concrete leveling, but many refer to the process as poly leveling, poly foam, or even mudjacking. PolyMagic's team has a process established that will allow you to send over a picture of your problem area, so we can access the area and be prepared to offer efficient and effective solutions.
PolyMagic was initially established to address concrete lifting issues within basement floors, and has since expanded to cover problems areas including:
- Basement Floors
- Concrete Steps
- Foundation Slabs
- Garage Floors
- Pool Slabs
- Slab Homes
When asked this question, co-owner Vince Branaman said “Determination! I see many competitors are in the void fill business. If the concrete doesn’t immediately rise, its “Sorry, your drive wouldn’t lift, but we got ya supported”. PolyMagic gives 100% effort to get the result the customer expected. Yes, concrete slabs can be stubborn. Thus we have developed mechanical devices and methods to overcome these difficulties. There is a difference!
Concrete raising cost is typically approximately 33% less than replacing the concrete. Ultimately, the cost of raising or stabilizing concrete is a direct reflection of how much leveling material the project will require, and what the soil under the surface holds. Trust the PolyMagic experts to access the situation, and determine a viable and effective solution to your problem area. Ready for a quick quote? Simply upload an image of your problem area to our quoter tool, and we'll review and be prepared to provide solutions for you. Click below to get started!LEARN MORE
Polyjacking has many benefits of the traditional mudjacking. Polyurethane injections are much lighter than the grout mixture used in mudjacking. In addition, the amount of mud, materials, and equipment used during traditional mudjacking exceed the polyjacking process by 5.5 times. Our blog contains many informative articles on the differences in polyjacking and mudjacking.LEARN MORE