Do you have uneven concrete issues? Trip hazards? Let the experts at PolyMagic, KC’s leading polyjacking and concrete lifting experts, help you out. This is something you want to get under control before the winter thaw and freeze cycle worsens the issues. Residential or commercial! Driveways, stairs, porches, basement slabs, pool slabs, sidewalks, and more! Click below to watch the latest video from PolyMagic!
Over 50 5-star reviews…. PolyMagic is doing something right! We are different from other concrete lifting/raising companies. We take the time to focus on the customer, find the most effective and efficient solution, and explain the process to each customer. Many customers are familiar with mudjacking, so when we explain our process of polyjacking (also called polylifting, polyleveling), customers are ready to see the results! PolyMagic services the greater KC area (radius of 45 miles from downtown KC), and focuses on sidewalks, driveways, stairs, basement slabs, pool slabs, garage approaches, porches, patios, and commercial areas.
From uneven sidewalks to garage trip hazards, PolyMagic has seen it all across the Kansas City area. As a climate that experiences every season, Kansas City residential concrete areas need some TLC just as your lawn needs to be mowed. Check out some insight on how to tell when your concrete needs repair.
The most obvious sign is visual cracking. Cracks on your sidewalks, driveways, and garages can come from many factors, including the harsh winter freeze/thaw cycle, foundation issues, tree roots, and even heavy machinery or equipment. The crew at PolyMagic has decades of experience in construction and concrete repair within the Midwestern region.
Concrete sinking happens, and PolyMagic is here to create a solution using polyjacking. This technique involves injecting concrete material below the sunken concrete, raising it to the point where it is level again. When looking for a reputable company near you, you should do your homework. Take some time to pull up google reviews, get multiple quotes, and ask the company for references. These three elements of the homework phase will tell you a lot about your decision to proceed with the company.
A clear indication that your concrete needs repair is trip hazards. Repairing the driveway doesn’t need to be an elaborate process. PolyMagic even makes it so easy that you can simply upload a few project photos of your problem areas to the quoter form, and we’ll get back to you ASAP!
I cannot say enough good things about working with this company! Vince and Jerry were very professional and offered remarkable customer service. I called PolyMagic in a panic as we were in a rush to get paperwork for closing after getting the run around from another company. Right away, Jerry was on site for an estimate and they got paperwork to my lending agent almost immediately. Jerry showed up on time and completed the work in the rain with no complaints. Great job, guys! We are thankful for you!
– Lezlea H.
Do you have an area with uneven concrete posing a trip hazard or aesthetically displeasing? Let us bring your property up to par! Get a free quote today!
The most obvious out of the 3 signs your driveway needs some TLC is visual cracking. Concrete cracks can be a result of many factors, including the freeze/thaw cycle, foundation issues, deep tree roots, and even heavy machinery or equipment. Cracking can be a gradual process, but with the temperament of a below freezing midwestern winter, the cracking can be sped up. With the winter the Kansas City area had this year, any hairline crack has probably grown and magnified in length and width. The crew at PolyMagic has the experience of construction and concrete repair within the Midwestern region. Let us check out your problem areas and provide an honest quote.
When your concrete slabs, driveways, and steps become uneven and begin to sink, a cost effective solution for many concrete repair companies is mudjacking. This is a suitable way to lift the concrete, but the evolution of polyjacking has shown greater advantages compared to that of mudjacking. The process can also be known as mud jacking, concrete raising, concrete lifting, or slabjacking, and is a technique that involves injecting concrete material below the sunken concrete, raising it to the point where it is level again. When looking for a reputable company near you, you should do your homework. Take some time to pull up google reviews, get multiple quotes, and ask the company for references. These three elements of the homework phase will tell you a lot about your decision to proceed with the company.
Related: Comparing polyjacking vs. mudjacking
As the weather continues to winterize the Kansas City area, let’s dream of the warmer, spring-like days ahead! Do you have cracking concrete areas that need to be repaired? Let us help you! https://www.polymagic.net/request-a-quote/
Check out this before and after at a daycare in the Kansas City area that PolyMagic just completed. Uneven concrete is a tripping hazard, so the playground at this childcare needed to be brought up to a safe surface.
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The leading Kansas City concrete repair company has just launched a project gallery that brings together additional time saving tips for potential customers. Knowledge is power, and frankly a time-saver. The new gallery on the PolyMagic website shows before and after pictures of projects from a variety of applications, including driveways, sidewalks, commercial, stairs, and garages. The gallery also includes the project pricing to demonstrate the cost of that specific repair. This will prove to be a helpful tool for our customers so they can see past projects similar to theres that PolyMagic has completed. Check it out: https://www.polymagic.net/gallery-pricing-before-after-2/
PolyMagic uses state of the art equipment to lift concrete using the best known method – expansive polyurethane foam, which is still interchanged with the term mudjacking. This innovative method is also 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.
WHAT MAKES POLYMAGIC DIFFERENT?
One factor that stands out to our customers is our responsiveness, honesty, and experience in the concrete repair and lifting business.
PolyMagic co-owner is committed to our customers. With over 25 5-star reviews, Vince Branaman has seen the difference in PolyMagic compared with competitors within the Kansas City Area… “Determination! I see many competitors are in the void fill business. If the concrete doesn’t immediately rise, other competitors give up, but we know are more experienced and give 100% effort to get the result the customer expects. Yes, concrete slabs can be stubborn. Thus we have developed mechanical devices and methods to overcome these difficulties. There is a difference!”
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As the word “snow” begins to enter the vocabulary of the meteorologists around the Kansas City area, many home and business owners neglect repairs until the weather improves. However, many repairs, including concrete repairs, can be completed before, during, or after the cold weather months. In fact, when winter hits, it will be more difficult to repair the concrete with the natural elements, de-icing chemicals, and additional cracking due to the temperature and moisture fluctuation. For many reasons, including the few listed previously, now is the perfect time to repair your concrete before winter hits.
A Few Reasons to Repair Your Concrete Before Winter Hits
PolyMagic continues to see the correlation between cold weather and concrete repairs. Homes, apartment complexes, buildings, and businesses have concrete surfaces that are exposed to all weather elements, specifically cold weather. The exposure of varying temperatures and moisture can cause additional concrete cracking from frozen water expanding the pores of the concrete. As a result of the cyclical freezing and thawing of the rain, snow, and sleet rupturing concrete is very common in the Kansas City area.
Another factor to consider when looking at why to repair your concrete before winter hits, is that Midwestern winters can bring ice, which is commonly combated with de-icing chemicals. The chemicals can cause concrete to flake and break off into chunks. The concrete crumbling can worsen uneven concrete and tripping hazards. Many areas of Kansas City homes and businesses can be affected by the settlement and shifting, including driveways, sidewalks, garage floors, steps, basements, pool slabs, foundation slabs, and more.
There are many concrete repair companies within the Kansas City area, but not all specialize in polyjacking, which is a process of injecting high-density polyurethane foam into the concrete. This is a more cost-effective solution compared to mudjacking, and can have many additional benefits. Continue reading about the main differences in mudjacking vs polyjacking. Polyjacking, or poly leveling, is the most effective form of concrete repair. The key to polyjacking is to do your research on companies that are reputable, honest, and experienced. Check out additional benefits of polyjacking here.
PolyMagic will provide a stable and accurate solution to your concrete repair needs around the Kansas City, NE Kansas, and central Missouri areas. The PolyMagic team is experienced, knowledgeable, and solutions-based, and wants to respect your time. A new quoting tool was implemented on the PolyMagic website, https://www.polymagic.net/request-a-quote/, that allows you to upload pictures of your project so our team can provide an accurate estimate within a timely manner, all while allowing you to proceed with your daily routine!
As the weather begins to change, be sure you’re armed with the right company to take on your Driveway and Garage Repair the Polyjacking Way! Now is a great time to repair uneven concrete problem areas before the change in weather worsens the existing trip hazards. One area that is a common issue for many homeowners in the KC area is the garage and driveway.
Take a look at this project PolyMagic just completed for a residence here in #KansasCity. Five inches of concrete was raised by the polyjacking technique and expertise the PolyMagic crew brings to each project.
Driveway and Garage Repair the Polyjacking Way
PolyMagic has outlined the benefits of poly leveling when comparing to mudjacking. When you begin searching for a reputable concrete repair company, it’s imperative that you know the right questions to ask. Check out this article on Questions to Ask a Concrete Leveling Company. In the meantime, be sure you have completed your due diligence in learning about the difference in mudjacking and polyjacking. This is important to truly understand the benefits that polyjacking can have for your uneven concrete surfaces including: basements, foundation slabs, concrete steps, driveways, garage floors, patios, pool slabs, porches, sidewalks, and slab homes.
- Cost Effective– Concrete raising is typically about 33% less than replacing the same concrete. Ultimately, the cost of raising or stabilizing concrete is a direct reflection of how much leveling material the project will require.
- Time– Ready to use immediately.
- Clean Work Environment– No concrete or grout splatter and no wash down needed.
- Smaller Holes– Polyurethane concrete raising drills a nearly invisible 5/8 inch hole and the process calls for considerably fewer holes than traditional mudjacking. When finished, minimal patchwork is needed.
- Lightweight– This material will never lose density. It is permanent and weighs only about 2 pounds per cubic foot. Compared to traditional mudjacking that weighs about 100 pounds per cubic foot.
- Green– Polyurethane is environmentally friendly. It consists of 39-49% renewable and recycled materials.
Are you ready for a quick, accurate quote? Our new online quoting tool allows you to upload pictures of your project so we can get a better understanding of the repairs needed, AND we save you time! Let us help you!