Ensuring that your roads, highways, walkways, sidewalks, and other public infrastructure is an essential responsibility for municipalities. Concrete is often used for municipal infrastructure projects because it's long-lasting and durable but not invincible. Over time concrete slabs can settle and sink, posing safety hazards for residents. Road, highway and other municipal concrete slabs are common targets for sinking and settling. These areas are often subject to heavy traffic, the natural freeze/thaw cycle and soil erosion. This combination can lead to sunken or settled surfaces that are unsafe for driving or walking on. It's essential that municipalities fix sinking and settled concrete slabs as soon as possible to ensure that places where residents walk and drive are fully functional and free from hazards. If your municipality has concrete slabs that are sunken or settled, you may be wondering how to fix them. We have the best solution for you, polyurethane concrete levelling!
Polyurethane concrete levelling is the ideal solution for municipalities facing concrete settlement. The process is fast and efficient, and smaller jobs can be completed in as little as one day. This makes it ideal for town or city applications like sidewalks, walkways, parks and roads. In addition to making your municipality safer, polyurethane foam is environmentally friendly. Our polyurethane foam is made from partly recycled materials and contains no toxic chemicals that can be released into the air or soil. Polyurethane foam is strong and durable, making it an excellent choice for municipal infrastructure repairs. Because it was designed to lift and support concrete slabs, it is more than capable of supporting the load of roads or highways. It's so strong it can even be used to lift entire buildings! Polyurethane foam is long-lasting and generally a permanent solution to sunken and settled concrete slabs. If your municipality needs concrete slabs lifted, contact Maritime Concrete Lifting Inc. today! We can make those sunken slabs safe again.