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Mudjacking has a higher compressive strength than polyurethane foam. Contractors can increase the compressive strength of mudjacking material by adding cement. By doing this, they can achieve compressive strengths up to 2,400 PSI.


Polyurethane's compressive strength is consistently around 80 - 100 PSI. The material should have a higher compressive strength than the existing sub base. While not as strong, polyurethane has an end result that is more attractive.

Is polyurethane as strong as mudjacking?

When should polyurethane be used?

Polyurethane concrete lifting is a great option when a lightweight material is needed. A lightweight material will not overburden the soil.


The average consumer will often look for the most inexpensive way to fix settled concrete. This is why conventional mudjacking will continue to be used. Contact Northern Colorado Mudjacking today for more information. With over 14 years of experience in the industry, we are here to answer all of your questions.

Polyurethane vs. Mudjacking

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