Missouri Concrete Lifting & Slab Raising Solutions
Take CONTROL of your sinking concrete problem with help from URETEK Missouri’s concrete lifting and slab raising solutions.
The URETEK Method® fills voids underneath the concrete slabs of Missouri homes and business using a non-destructive, budget-friendly polyurethane injection process that alleviates property owner hassles.
Our experts drill small, penny-sized injection holes that do not require flooring surface removal or furniture and appliance movement. After the polyurethane injection, we grout and seal holes and vacuum the small debris left behind immediately.
URETEK ICR developed the method as an alternative to mudjacking, which is a disruptive, unreliable and environmentally unfriendly attempt to repair sunken concrete.
The URETEK Method® Applications and Successes
The URETEK Method® is an ideal solution for sinking or sunken concrete foundations, high-traffic commercial or industrial slabs, mismatched concrete panels that lead to trip hazards and drainage issues caused by sunken concrete.
The polymer meets NSF/ANSI Standard 61 requirements and is safe to inject around public water sources.
The URETEK Method® has been utilized in more than 85,000 projects over the last 30 years. The patented, high-density polymer injection process also stabilizes base soils to prevent future settlement issues and is capable of raising concrete with extreme loads.
URETEK Missouri Stands Behind Our Work
URETEK ICR supervisors and technicians are thoroughly trained to meet project needs correctly and efficiently, while always maintaining safety as a top priority. We do not use contract labor.
Our supervisors know their application and are on-site to direct operations and solve problems. Many of them have at least ten years of experience with structural polymer.
We stand behind our work. Upon completion of your project, we offer an industry-leading warranty. Check with your local URETEK ICR affiliate for more details on warranties and service agreements.
Nationwide affiliates carry all necessary insurance required to perform URETEK ICR concrete lifting, foundation repair, and soil stabilization projects.
- The URETEK Method® fills voids underneath the concrete slabs of Missouri homes and business using a non-destructive, budget-friendly polyurethane injection process
- We drill small, penny-sized injection holes
- The holes are about five-eighths of an inch in diameter
- Technicians grout and seal holes and vacuum small debris after injection
- Carpet or hard surface flooring removal is not necessary
- Furniture and appliance movement is not needed
URETEK ICR Brings Credibility and Environmental Accountability
- We have successfully completed more than 85,000 projects over the last 30 years
- Supervisors and technicians undergo extensive training to lift sunken concrete effectively
- Most supervisors have greater than 10 years experience with structural polymer
- Supervisors are on site to oversee Missouri projects and solve complex issues
- We do not use contract labor
- The polymer meets NSF/ANSI Standard 61 requirements and is safe to inject around public water sources
URETEK ICR Offers Peace of Mind
- Safety is our top priority
- We provide industry-leading warranties upon project completion
- Affiliates nationwide carry insurance required to perform concrete lifting, foundation repair and soil stabilization projects
Ideal solution for:
- Sinking or sunken concrete foundations
- High-traffic commercial and industrial slabs
- Trip hazards and mismatched concrete panels
- Unstable concrete due to soil saturation (slab pumping)
- Drainage issues caused sunken concrete
- Unstable railways and port docks
URETEK in Action
The URETEK Method® Features:
- Small, penny-sized (5/8″ Inch) injection holes.
- No furniture or appliance moving
- Small amounts of debris vacuumed immediately
- No carpet or tile removal
- After injection, holes are grouted and sealed
URETEK In the News…
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