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Don’t let another season pass without repairing your uneven concrete!
When considering companies to repair your uneven concrete, it’s important to be aware of the lingo. Do you know the difference between mudjacking and the newest and most efficient process on the market – polyjacking? It’s important to at least know the basics so you can better interact with your potential concrete repair company. Companies like PolyMagic take the time to actually speak with you and explain the process that will best suit your needs. They respect your time and will only offer the best solution. Let’s check out the Top 3 Reasons Why Polyjacking is Most Effective:
#1: 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. The experienced team at PolyMagic is equipped to offer a free estimate and walk you through each step of the process for the most cost effective solution that fits your needs.
#2: Time – Polyjacking has very little ‘rest’ time compared to other processes, such as mudjacking. You will experience little to no down time. This is great for the high traffic areas around your house – concrete stairs, driveway, sidewalks, porches, and patios. Less of a construction site to deal with around your house!
#3: Lightweight – The polyurethane mixture 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.
Check out the below comparison in the amount of product needed for mudjacking vs. polyjacking… the difference is huge! Be sure to ask the concrete repair companies which method they plan to use. Many people and companies interchange the terms “mudjacking” with “polyjacking” when they are entirely two different methods. Be sure to ask questions.
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Finding a Concrete Repair Company in Your Area can be a time-consuming process. One of the most effective and precise ways to find a reputable, reliable, and experienced mudjacking/polyjacking company is sifting through their Google Reviews. Many companies have less than 10 reviews, which really won’t give you a true understanding of the full experience. However, one specific Kansas City-based concrete repair company, PolyMagic, has over 35 reviews to date, with a 5-star rating! The reviews all have a common theme, which highlights the honest, hard-working and knowledgeable team that comes out, on time, to complete the project right the first time. Time seems to be the common theme for PolyMagic! We’re here to save you time! Check out the latest google review from a customer about his experience!
Excellent job On time Looks great Reasonable price and fair contract. No unpleasant surprises. I got bids and terms from other contractors. Save your time. These guys seem the best. Very cordial and easy to work with. I especially liked that the guy who does the actual work was the one estimating the job. – John M
As we enter into the winter months, it’s not too late to repair your concrete before it worsens due to ice, freezing and thawing conditions. When water turns to ice, it can expand almost 10% more in volume than its liquid amount. In the concrete world, that is a significant change and can cause more problems. The freezing and thawing cycles can cause major issues, or even destroy concrete foundations, sidewalks, slabs, basements, stairs, or even garages. It’s important to consult with a knowledgable concrete repair or concrete lifting company because not all utilize the most effective means of lifting – polyjacking. Although some people still refer to the process as mudjacking, a company similar to PolyMagic uses an advanced and state of the art process called polyjacking. Read more about the winter weather affecting concrete here.
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