Concrete raising glossary of terms

May 28, 2016by Jerald Sargent0

slabjack logo Slabjack – the generic term for raising settled concrete.

Mudjack – raising concrete with a mixture of soil, fly ash, portland cement and water.

Polylevel – a trademarked name for raising concrete with polyurethane.

Uretek – company that developed Slabjacking with polyurethane. (The Uretek method)

Sandjacking – using sand as a fill material to level concrete.

Pressure grouting – using hydraulic pressure to lift a concrete slab (mudjacking)

Polymer – two materials (poly) combine to make polyurethane foam.

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