Giving sunken concrete a lift. Injecting PolyRenewal expanding foam beneath a settled pool deck will lift the concrete and strengthen the soil so that the problem won’t recur.
Fast, permanent pool deck lifting using the innovative PolyRenewal™ process
Has the concrete surrounding your pool dipped or settled, creating a hazardous uneven surface? Is there a protruding concrete edge where one section of the slab has settled below another?
The foundation repair specialists at Foundation Repair of Western Colorado are especially well-equipped to make these types of pool deck repairs.
What’s more, our innovative PolyRenewal concrete lifting technique is faster and more affordable than pool deck replacement. It’s also a better option than pool deck resurfacing.
Contact Foundation Repair of Western Colorado to have your pool deck inspected today! We serve Montrose, Grand Junction, Aspen, Delta, Glenwood Springs, and neighboring areas throughout Colorado. Get a free estimate for pool deck lifting and repair.
Heavy concrete and loose soil can cause slab settlement
Many concrete pool decks are prone to settling because of the pool construction process. The backfill soil that’s added around the pool excavation will not be as dense or well-compacted as the undisturbed soil farther from the pool.
When a heavy concrete slab is poured around the pool, loose soil will often compress under the slab’s weight, causing sections of the concrete to sink or settle.
PolyRenewal™ is a fast, affordable repair for settled concrete
The old-school repair for settled concrete is still used by some contractors. They bring in heavy equipment, demolish the settled sections of the pool surround, and pour a new concrete deck. There may be damage to your yard, and the pool remains unusable until the new concrete has hardened and cured. PolyRenewal eliminates this expensive, disruptive, and time-consuming process.
PolyRenewal is a high-density expanding foam that our technicians can use to raise settled concrete. The two-part polyurethane foam mixture is injected through small holes drilled in the settled concrete. Our installers are trained to control the injection process so that just enough foam is used to lift the concrete deck. Because the foam’s expanding action fills voids in loose soil, this repair technique improves the soil’s stability and load-bearing characteristics. You can feel confident that settlement won’t occur again.
Don’t put up with an unsightly, unsafe pool deck!
Call the experts at Foundation Repair of Western Colorado today to schedule a free pool deck inspection and repair estimate. Sunken, settled concrete sidewalks, patios, driveways, and slabs can also be repaired with PolyRenewal.
We’re Greater Grand Junction’s experts for concrete lifting, proudly serving Grand Junction, Montrose, Delta, Aspen, Glenwood Springs, Austin, Steamboat Springs, Glenwood Springs, Carbondale, Craig, Delta, Clifton, and nearby. Contact us online for a pool deck lifting and repair quote!