Slab Raising

What Causes Concrete Slab to Settle?

Fundamental to healthy concrete is a solid substrate—well-compacted soils provide a foundation upon which concrete structures perform. Over time, forces of nature take their toll. Decomposing soils, erosion and ground water migration break down this foundation. This is the root cause for concrete slabs to sink or settle.

You Have Options

Replace — several day process: tear out, haul away, form, pour, finish, repair landscape

Mudjack — heavy equipment, larger drill holes, cement-based material, raise may be temporary

Precision Lift — light equipment and material, small drill holes, 15-minute cure time, little mess




Unit Weight

3.5 to 12 lbs. per cubic ft.

150 lbs.
per cubic ft.

Set Time

15 min.

Hours to days

Drill Hole


1 1/2 to 2” +





One vehicle. Ideal for tight locations.

Multiple trucks and machinery


Can be installed in any climate
(as long as soil itself is not frozen)

Limited use below freezing

To Cure the Problem, Eliminate the Cause.

Injecting polyurethane resins into loosely consolidated soils, voids and water pathways will strengthen the earthen substrate and provide watertight encapsulation. With the soils consolidated and stabilized, concrete slabs will provide service for decades.

Precision Lift from Prime Resins targets the causes of settling and creates long-term advantages:

  • Erosion Control
  • Soil Stabilization
  • High-Strength Void Fill
  • Precise Slab Lifting

Precision Lift:

Engineered process for fast, clean, affordable solution with same day return to service

Step 1: Assessment—determine cause, test soil strength, photograph site, explain scope of work

Step 2: Site Preparation—mobilize equipment, protect surfaces, drill 3/8” holes

Step 3: Strengthen Soil—Inject Precision Lift foam to fill voids, stabilize soil and stop erosion Inject Precision Lift foam to fill voids, stabilize soil and stop erosion

Step 4: Lift Slab Precisely—Inject Precision Lift foam in short, even bursts to achieve precise, desired lift

Step 5: Validate Difference—confirm slab is lifted and fully supported for long-term solution

Step 6: Site Rejuvenation—remove equipment and protection materials, clean and photograph site for client review and permanent file

Step 7: Client Review—review completed project, material used, and confirm customer satisfaction

FACT: One square foot of
Precision Lift foam will support a load of more than 10,000 lbs.

Why Precision Lift?

Precision Lift targets the cause so the cure is long-lasting and at a fraction of the cost of slab replacement. At a minimum, concrete settlement is a nuisance and an eye sore. Uneven slabs are trip hazards and a threat to health and safety.

Now your fist choice solution is also the fastest and most affordable. Concrete structures need Precision Lift.

Precision Lift is designed and manufactured by Prime Resins, Inc., a 35+-year veteran of the polymer industry with customers worldwide. For background information on this product and company, go to

The Precision Lift system is equal parts art and science. The high-strength polymer is scientifically formulated to strengthen soil conditions and hydraulically lift concrete slabs. The art of the injection grants the precise lifting accuracy and restores safety and beauty to your concrete structure.

As experts in lifting concrete, our objective is to limit your inconvenience and return the safe use of your property.

Your satisfaction means everything to us.

Slab raising using the Precision Lift System is one more concrete restoration service that allows Manicured Concrete Solutions to breathe new life back into your concrete structure. If you have driveways, walkways, pool decks or any concrete surface that needs lifting and leveling contact Manicured Concrete Solutions and we will assess your needs and provide a solution.

Everything we do is designed to create a customer experience worthy of referral. As experts in lifting concrete slabs, our objective is to limit your inconvenience, give you the best option, and return the safe use of your structure.

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