Serving Greater Southeastern Ontario, Hamilton, Niagara Falls, London
Thursday, March 14th, 2019 by Brosco Office
Poly Raising uses a Polyurethane foam, where conventional mud jacking uses a mud with concrete mixed in. Poly raising is resistant to the freeze and thaw, where as mud jacking will be effected by the weather elements. This means the mud jacking is going to shift, crack or sink again where the Poly is going to be more stable and have a longer lasting effect. Poly is also more light weight so it uses less per cubic meter and will expand whereas mud is heavier and more dense. Smaller holes can be used to inject the Poly while mud jacking needs bigger injection holes. The foam expansion can be controlled more easily than traditional mud.