It's Pool Season the cost effective way to lift settled pool decking

Spring is upon us and it's time to open the pool again. Along with yard clearing, and mowing, comes pool maintenance. Among the usual tasks, we never like to see new trip hazards around the pool. . . The pool decking has settled. Now what?

Examples of settled pool decking
Most times, if the pool deck slab is in good condition, we can lift and level sunken concrete slabs with polyurethane foam.

Lifting with polyurethane foam

How it works
  1. We drill a few 3/8" holes through the concrete slab next to your pool, often times we try to drill in mortar joints.
  2. We inject polyurethane foam under the slab, where it starts as a liquid then begins to cure, becoming a structurally supportive base for your pool decking. It will fill any voids and hold pool decking stable.
  3. Pool decking is lifted / leveled strategically for the best water run off, preventing further erosion episodes and to remove trip hazards, while keeping your pool looking great.
Injecting polyurethane under slab
Pool Deck Repair Before / After
Why polyurethane for lifting?
  • Polyurethane foam CURES QUICKLY (15 min set time), which means most times your project will take 1/2 day to complete.
  • It's LIGHTWEIGHT (weighing in at 3 - 8 lbs / cu ft.
  • There is NO SHRINKAGE associated with our products.
  • We can complete your project in ANY TEMPERATURE, in rain or shine.
  • We use one vehicle for material & equipment, we DO NOT DISTURB LANDSCAPING.
  • STRONG enough to support a freight train.
  • 100% focus on CUSTOMER SERVICE.
One sq ft of our foam can support up to 14,000 lbs
For you pool deck voids and settled slabs, we're your solution!

Concrete CorrectIons (GA) 770-558-5862 & (SC) 843-732-3201

Created By
Kelly Daugherty
Appreciate

Made with Adobe Slate

Make your words and images move.

Get Slate

Report Abuse

If you feel that this video content violates the Adobe Terms of Use, you may report this content by filling out this quick form.

To report a Copyright Violation, please follow Section 17 in the Terms of Use.