People often wonder why Mudjacking is better than a polyurethane fill. What we have found is polyurethane is a petroleum-based, toxic, material that is sticky and adheres to concrete. This makes it unacceptable at concrete recycling centers.
Eventually, all concrete must be replaced and concrete that has been repaired by polyurethane cannot not be accepted at the recycling centers. Instead It will be disposed of as toxic waste. When removing "toxic waste" It is the owners responsibility to cover the cost to safely remove and dispose of it which is time consuming and costly.
Polyurethane has been used for over 30 years while the cement grout that is used in mudjacking has been used for over 60 years. Cement grout is a Non-toxic sealant that sub-seals floors at increased compressive strengths while tightly sealing cracks. It is both cost effective and is a fraction of the cost of polyurethane. Portland Cement grout is eco-friendly and can recycled; this saves you money and is environment friendly.
Save your environment and money by choosing Crackerjack Mud Jacking. If you would like a free estimate, call us today! We look forward to hearing from you.