When someone needs an area of concrete repaired, it’s important to know the main differences in mudjacking vs. polyjacking, so you can speak and understand the lingo. When determining the most effective method of repairing concrete, trust the experts. Not all concrete repair companies are created equal, so it’s important to rely on an experienced company, like Kansas City area’s PolyMagic. See the below illustration demonstrating the difference between the sheer volume needed to repair the same area when using mudjacking vs. polyjacking.
Mudjacking has many benefits within the concrete repair industry, however when compared with polyjacking, one of the main differences in mudjacking vs. polyjacking is that mudjacking takes 5.5 times the volume of mud to repair the exact same area when using poly. Here’s a recent article with additional differences in mudjacking and polyjacking, which you may find helpful.
In addition, mudjacking requires several experienced employees, heavy materials and equipment to complete a project. Polyjacking can be completed by a single experienced employee, with the polyurethane equipment confined in a single work van.
PolyMagic has the ability to transport all of the required equipment in a confined Ford transit van. The two tanks needed to complete the polyjacking process are only 35-inches tall x 24″ wide!
The polyjacking process has a huge difference in the overall equipment, materials and man power needed to perform a job. Less mess, more efficient results and accuracy. We hope you understand some of the main differences in mudjacking vs. polyjacking when it comes to your next concrete project needing repair. If you have any questions, reach out to the Kansas City leading experts in the industry, PolyMagic – 816-765-4800.
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