Our Process

Liftcon Concrete Lifting uses advanced high density Polyurethane Foam lifting techniques to ensure a safe, long-lasting, eco-friendly way to lift your settled concrete.

1) Evaluate the site to determine the best plan

2) Drilling the settled concrete in preparation for the polyurethane foam

3) Polyurethane foam is pumped in the drilled holes

4) Once the settled concrete is leveled and stabilized our technicians will patch the hole and your concrete is ready for use

Drill - Pump & Fill - Patch

Polyurethane Foam Injection

High density polyurethane foam injection is Liftcon’s method for repairing settled slabs and sunken concrete. Requiring fewer holes and less than one third the size of mudjacking.

Save 50-80% Over Replacement

By choosing to lift and level your sunken concrete, you could save yourself 50-80% over the cost of replacement. Contact Liftcon today to see how we can help save your concrete, and by doing so, save you some money.

See below for some recent work we’ve completed.

Residential Driveway Apron

BEFORE
AFTER

Problem

A homeowner wanted to replace their concrete apron leading into their garage but after getting quotes from concrete contractors they realized they should look into concrete lifting.

Solution

Liftcon was called to assess and quote their apron. The lifting process was explained and the homeowner’s questions were answered. Liftcon leveled the garage apron and helped save the homeowner money in the process.

Commercial Concrete Apron

BEFORE
AFTER

Problem

A granite slab manufacturer in the west metro needed a cost effective way to level their concrete apron leading into their garage. The apron had sunk 2″ posing a tripping hazard and making it difficult to move the heavy granite slabs in and out of the storage area.

Solution

Liftcon lifted the concrete apron 2″ to level it with the main storage area completely eliminating the tripping hazard and making it easier to move the granite slabs in and out of the holding area.

Residential Sidewalk

BEFORE
AFTER

Problem

A granite slab manufacturer in the west metro needed a cost effective way to level their concrete apron leading into their garage. The apron had sunk 2″ posing a tripping hazard and making it difficult to move the heavy granite slabs in and out of the storage area.

Solution

Liftcon lifted the concrete apron 2″ to level it with the main storage area completely eliminating the tripping hazard and making it easier to move the granite slabs in and out of the holding area.

Commercial Sidewalk

BEFORE
AFTER

Problem

A granite slab manufacturer in the west metro needed a cost effective way to level their concrete apron leading into their garage. The apron had sunk 2″ posing a tripping hazard and making it difficult to move the heavy granite slabs in and out of the storage area.

Solution

Liftcon lifted the concrete apron 2″ to level it with the main storage area completely eliminating the tripping hazard and making it easier to move the granite slabs in and out of the holding area.