Now you've got some questions:
1. How much will it cost to replace a section of my pool decking?
Often times, in order to pour new small sections of concrete, there is a hefty minimum.
2. Will it match my existing pool deck?
If the existing pool deck is a few years old, there is a very good chance that the newly poured concrete color will not match the older.
3. Will it resettle?
Pouring heavy concrete, 140 lbs/cu ft, on already compromised soil could result in resettling.
Good News For Sunken Pool Deck Dilemas
We lift and support concrete with Polyurethane Foam - Our product does not shrink, settle or erode. It's lightweight, measuring in at 4.5 lbs/cu ft, so there will be no worry about a resettlement issue. Foam is injected as a liquid and cures under your slab, so any mole holes or voids will be filled and supported.
Use the repaired are immediately - Our polyurethane products cure in minutes, so you and your family will be using the lifted and supported area right away. There is no delay in pool time fun.
No unsightly marks - We make sure to space our 3/4" injection holes strategically so they are not obvious. Often times we can camouflage them to where the homeowner can't even find them!
No disruption to landscape - Our equipment is contained in a mobile trailer parked on the street or in your driveway area. Our heated hose, hand tools and drop cords are light and won't disturb any landscaping you may have around your yard or pool area.
We're the cost-effective alternative - So many of our customers are pleasantly surprised to find out that our prices are very affordable, even competitive with the mud jacking companies.
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