PolyMagic, Kansas City’s experts in concrete lifting.
We use state of the art equipment to lift concrete using the best known method – Expansive polyurethane foam. This method is referred to as polyjacking, poly leveling, or even poly foam, and requires the concrete slab to be raised by our expert team drilling holes through the top surface of the slab, then injecting high-density polyurethane foam into the holes to fill in voids and cracks. This is the most effective method of concrete lifting.
One factor that stands out to our customers is our responsiveness, honesty, and experience in the concrete repair and lifting business.
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!
Established in 2007 as a service of PierMagic Foundation Repair, concrete lifting became a necessity for basement floors that required to be raised concurrent to the lifting of the foundation walls. A decade later, after numerous repairs of basements, drives, patios, walkways, slab homes, the concrete lifting service received its own identity. PolyMagic was established.
PolyMagic’s construction heritage began in the 1960’s.
Teague Construction 1966:
Co-owner Jeff Teague’s family founded Teague Construction. Teague Construction is still building commercial and industrial structure today.
PierMagic Foundation Repair 2007:
Discovering an unique new foundation product, Jeff Teague founded PierMagic. PierMagic is a foundation repair company located in Kansas City Missouri and St Louis Missouri.
DynaPier – Foundation Repair Products 2008:
DynaPier, like PolyMagic, came into existence through its use by PierMagic. DynaPier is a unique foundation piering system. The system simply worked so well it merited its own identity. DynaPier now manufactures and distributes across the United States.