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Have you noticed your driveway becoming uneven or your outdoor concrete patio becoming littered with cracks? These are all signs of concrete damage; waiting to fix them could lead to extensive damage throughout your property. Thankfully, FSS has the concrete repair solution designed to fix all these problem signs – PolyRenewal™, a polyurethane injection system that lifts your concrete back into place.

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How Does PolyRenewal™ Work?

PolyRenewal™ requires special tools and training for proper installation. Our team has serviced concrete for thousands of homes in Texas, and here’s what you can expect with this solution.

  • Drill Penny-Sized Holes: The first step in PolyRenewal™ installation requires our team to drill penny-sized holes into the affected concrete structure. This will allow for precise and smooth injection later on in the process. Thanks to their small size, these holes become virtually invisible once the installation is complete.
  • Insert Injection Ports and Inject PolyRenewal™: Next, our team uses specially designed injection ports to transfer PolyRenewal™ below your concrete. These injection ports fit perfectly into penny-sized holes and will not cause damage to your concrete. Once PolyRenewal™ is flowing below your concrete, it expands and lifts the concrete back into place.
  • Wait For PolyRenewal™ to Cure: Polyurethane cures in just 30 minutes, which means it dries and provides unwavering support for your concrete the same day as installation. PolyRenewal™ addresses all three causes of concrete damage by compacting soil as it expands, being waterproof by design, and preventing water vapor from evaporating through the concrete during summer months.
  • Seal Surface Cracks: Once PolyRenewal™ is fully dry, our team seals any surface cracks that might still be present with a silicone-based sealant. This sealant won’t break down in direct sunlight and offers even more protection for your concrete. Additionally, PolyRenewal™ comes with a 5-year warranty for extra security, so you know your concrete will stay protected even during an emergency.

Why PolyRenewal™ Stands Out

  • A waterproof design means it won’t break down during inclement weather or humid days, saving your home from concrete issues.
  • PolyRenewal™ can actually protect your yard from harmful chemicals, a helpful feature in worst-case scenarios like chemical spills.
  • PolyRenewal is environmentally friendly, meaning it won’t break down or release unwanted substances into your yard or water supply.

Signs Your Home Needs PolyRenewal™

pitted concrete

Pitting, Flaking, and Staining

Concrete damage can appear in a plethora of ways. Pitting, flaking, and staining are all problem signs that indicate something is or will be wrong with the structural integrity of your concrete. Pitting often occurs due to errors during the mixing process and may appear as small craters in the concrete. Flaking is when bits of concrete chip and erode from the surface, often caused by mixing issues or weather. Staining can be caused by oil from cars or mold growth for excessive moisture, which can lead to further concrete damage.

cracked and uneven driveway

Uneven Driveway

Nearly everyone has encountered a driveway marred by cracks and uneven surfaces. Perhaps you’ve navigated one in your car, noting the strain it puts on your vehicle. These irregular driveways don’t just damage cars; they pose a real risk of tripping for pedestrians as well. With PolyRenewal™, we can restore concrete to its initial position, safeguarding against trip hazards and preventing potential vehicle damage.

unlevel concrete steps

Unlevel Steps

If your home has steps leading to the front door, they’re likely supported by a concrete base. This base can experience the same concrete problem signs as other concrete structures and causes steps to become unlevel. This can lead to injury for you and anyone visiting your home and also lowers your home’s curb appeal. PolyRenewal™ prevents damage and raises the value of your home by lifting unlevel steps.


Mudjacking is another form of concrete lifting that was often used in the past and is sometimes used today by many contractors. Unfortunately, mudjacking is much less effective than PolyRenewal™ for multiple reasons. Firstly, mudjacking ends up being extremely messy and takes up to 2 days to dry. Moreover, mudjacking ends up suffering from the same soil issues as before since it uses wet mud to lift concrete back into place. Eventually, mud can dry out or wash away the same way as the original soil did in the first place.

Unfortunately, sealing cracks with caulk and other store-bought materials fails to solve the actual causes of concrete damage – problematic soil. Sealing concrete on your own only offers a surface fix. While this looks nicer, your sealant will eventually fail as concrete cracks and sinks even more. PolyRenewal™ is effective at keeping concrete permanently stabilized.

Contact Foundation Support Specialists for a Free Inspection

Our Texas concrete wall and floor repair team has years of experience working with concrete and its solutions. We use patented products that are durable and strong. Our use of high-quality materials like PolyRenewal™ is what makes our concrete repair a permanent solution. Clients continue to turn to us for our impeccable customer service and long-lasting solutions. To learn more about our wall and floor crack repair team, contact us today and schedule a free inspection.

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    *Disclaimer: “Concrete leveling” means the process by which cracked, uneven concrete is stabilized, and in many cases lifted, by means of PolyRenewal™ polyurethane foam. Foundation Support Specialists does not guarantee that PolyRenewal™ can make your concrete perfectly level.

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