Why Choose Atlas Foundation Repair?

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This puts less pressure on the supporting ground.

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One of our trained professionals can provide a free estimate to homeowners who contact us for help.

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You can use the concrete area shortly after the work is done so you can get back to your normal life.

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Polyurethane foam fills voids as it expands through the space.

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The Uses and Advantages of Polyurethane

If you are looking for a clean, non-invasive way to lift settling slabs, sinking driveways or sidewalks as well as unleveled parking lots, we have a safe and cost effective way to fix your problem: Polyurethane Injections.

Poly is a great solution for:

  • Slab Lifting
  • Misaligned concrete slabs
  • Unleveled Parking Lots
  • Sinking Driveways
  • Sinking Sidewalks
  • Interior foundation settlement
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The Power of Foam

Polyurethane Injections are a great solution for both Residential and Commercial Projects. Poly is a non toxic high density foam offering a neat and clean way to lift slabs for both homes and businesses. Polyurethane foam injections are the latest in slab lifting technology, replacing Mud Jacking, which is a much older method and technology that many of our competitors still use.

Poly is the better choice because:

  1. The injection method is less invasive.
  2. It dries and hardens much quicker than the liquified, crushed concrete used in mudjacking.
  3. Poly offers a cleaner, sturdier lift.

Mud pumping and mudjacking can take days. Poly takes minutes. There’s absolutely no waiting period for the product to dry or set.  

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How Poly Works

  1. Holes are drilled into the slab, sidewalk, parking lot or whatever structure we are repairing.  
  2. The holes that are drilled are about the size of a quarter and the material is then injected under the structure to begin the process.  
  3. Once the process is completed, the holes are plugged with a sealant and we are done. No mess to clean up once completed. As simple as that.


Atlas Foundation Repair 8945 Solon Rd. Houston, Texas 77064.

Telephone: (713) 641-4844
FAX: 713.928.5221