The most experienced foam professionals in Arkansas .
With over 15 years experience, Foamworx is who home owners, contractors and local governments call for concrete lifting and leveling, foundation repair and infiltration issues.
How Do I Lift and Level Sagging Concrete?
Start by requesting a FREE estimate from Foamworx—Arkansas’ most trusted name in concrete repair. High-density polyurethane injections will ensure your concrete stays safe, stable, and level when soil erosion and water infiltration rear their ugly heads. Polyurethane is the smart, 21st-century solution to concrete repair, and most residential projects take less than a day to complete.
Book your FREE consultation with Foamworx to learn more!
Effective Solutions for Inflow and Infiltration
Wastewater and drainage pipes endure the harshest conditions—changing temperatures, shifting soils, incessant moisture, and regular exposure to corrosive compounds. These conditions can erode the pipes over time and cause serious inflow and infiltration problems.
Luckily, FoamWorx has a solution–cost-effective, environmentally-friendly foam injections.
Foamworx uses high-density polyurethane foam as a quick, low-cost way to repair your wastewater system before it’s too late. Our patented formula also protects your pipes from future erosive water damage.
The high-density polyurethane foam is injected into the damaged areas in and around your pipes, culverts, or manholes. It expands when it’s exposed to air, safely filling any fissures in the pipes or gaps in the ground that expose your pipes and underground structures to water, chemicals, or other erosive compounds. Depending on the amount of existing damage to your wastewater system, this entire process may be completed in less than a day. Compared to traditional construction, the Foamworx method of inflow and infiltration repair saves you money, time, and peace of mind.
Can You Lift and Level Concrete?
You bet we can! Just look at some of the before and after photos from projects we’ve recently completed.
What Services Does Foamworx Provide?
Concrete Lifting and Leveling Services for Residential Properties
Your home is your castle. You’ve poured your heart, your soul, and your hard-earned money into making it as beautiful as possible. Don’t allow a cracked slab or sagging concrete to undo all your hard work.
Concrete Lifting and Leveling Services for Commercial Properties
Whether you’re a contractor, a project manager, or a structural engineer, you know what soil erosion and water infiltration can do to structure—that’s why you’re here. Foamworx’s concrete lifting and leveling services will help you avoid construction delays, budget overruns, or wasted dollars.
How Does Your Foam Work?
It’s hard to believe that something like foam can lift and level a multi-ton concrete slab…but it can! This expanding, hydrophobic compound, is the perfect repair material for projects involving concrete structures.
Foamworx’s Method for Lifting and Leveling Concrete
At Foamworx, we believe success is tied to process—that’s why we approach every project the same way. You can learn about our tried and true process for spray foam concrete repair below.
Everything starts with a free estimate. One of our employees (frequently owner Chris Alexander) will arrive at your property at a scheduled time to assess your project.
Once you’ve hired Foamworx, we’ll arrive on a day and at a time that works for your schedule with everything we need to get to work straightaway.
To stop water infiltration and soil erosion at their source, we’ll drill tiny 5/8” injection ports into your concrete structure (these holes are so small they can be covered by a dime). When the ports are drilled, we’ll use high-density polyurethane foam to lift and level your concrete.
Curing & Finishing
Our foam cures in as little as 15 minutes. In most cases, we’ll be able to lift, level, and finish your concrete repair project in the same day.
Before departing, Foamworx will answer any questions you may have, and completely clean up the work area leaving your home as tidy as we found it.