TCS Insulation & Coatings

Technical Construction Solutions

Concrete Lifting in Brainerd, Baxter & St Cloud, MN

Technical Construction Solutions is your home for insulation, concrete lifting and more, serving the upper Midwest

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Lift our sunken concrete for ¼ to ½ of replacement costs.

Sunken concrete can be a major headache. It can create a tripping hazard, drainage issues, future cracks, and just be plain ugly. With the use of polyurethane geotechnical high density foam, TCS can stabilize soil, fill voids, and lift concrete back to it proper height. From a sidewalk or apron, to a commercial building or highway, we can cover all your lifting needs with a variety of products and processes. Save money and time with concrete lifting from Technical Construction Solutions today.

Concrete lifting is an easy 3 step process. First we drill small 5/8 or 3/8 holes in your concrete in strategic locations. We install injection ports into these holes. Next, we injection polyurethane geotechnical lifting foam into the ports at high pressure and temperature. This process is done slowly to safely lift your concrete to the desired height. Last, the ports are removed and the holes are then patched with concrete mix to fill them in leaving a smooth finish.

Deep foam injection is a process of driving rod into the ground 1 to 20 feet deep. From there, single or dual component foams are injected into the ground to stabilize the soils and subgrades. Rods can then be moved further and further up to the surface, continually injection foam. This will remove all of the moisture and glue all the soil together. This process can also be using to lift up structures, roads, seal culvers and more. Using deep foam injection can save time and money over doing a full reconstruction and replacement of subgrade soils and create long lasting and stable repair.

Washout can cause large voids under slabs and structure. Some sink hole areas can be big enough to jeopardize a whole structure. TCS can come fill these voids with low exothermic fill foams. This will flow into all voids and completely fill the area preventing further damage. Like regular lifting foam, this product will not break down and wash away over time like dirt and soil can. Fill foam can also be used to seal off pipes, culverts, mine shafts, and many more structures as well. For any more questions, contact TCS today.


Expertise and Experience

With years of experience in the concrete lifting industry, our team of professionals has successfully completed numerous projects. Our expertise ensures that we can handle any concrete lifting challenge, providing you with a stable and level surface.

Environmentally Friendly

Our concrete lifting process is eco-friendly. By reusing existing concrete slabs, we minimize waste and reduce the environmental impact compared to complete slab replacement.

Customized Solutions

Every concrete issue is unique, and we tailor our solutions to meet your specific needs. We assess the situation thoroughly and develop a customized plan to address the root cause of the problem and provide a durable fix.

Proudly Serving

We Proudly Serve Brainerd, MN St. Cloud, MN and surrounding areas IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO KNOW IF WE SERVICE YOUR AREA, PLEASE GIVE US A CALL.

Philip Landis
Philip Landis
Great guys and completed as quoted. They did a great job and actually showed up when they said they would.
Tanner Zetocha
Tanner Zetocha
These guys did a fantastic job spray foaming my wood shop. Great communication and had my job completed within 24 hours of me contacting them. I highly recommend them!
Kaylee Lewis
Kaylee Lewis
Does great great work
Ashley Anderson
Ashley Anderson
Freddie and his crew with Technical Construction Solutions did an AMAZING job insulating our new pole barn with spray foam! He knew exactly what product was best to keep the barn insulated during the -30 degree winters we have here. The spray foam looks great and our barn stayed nice and cozy all winter WITHOUT heat! Highly recommend this product and this team! They are awesome!!! THANK YOU AGAIN!!!
Greg Smith
Greg Smith
They did great job spray foaming new construction house walls and ceilings. Highly recommend them and will use for any future insulation needs

Concrete lifting is typically more cost-effective and less time-consuming than replacing the entire slab. It also minimizes disruption, as the process is quicker and cleaner. Additionally, lifting preserves the existing concrete, reducing waste and environmental impact.

The duration of the concrete lifting process depends on the size and extent of the project. However, most residential projects can be completed in a few hours. The lifted concrete is often ready for use immediately after the process is finished.

Yes, concrete lifting is considered environmentally friendly because it reuses the existing concrete slab, reducing the need for new materials. It also minimizes waste and the environmental impact associated with concrete replacement.

Most concrete slabs, including driveways, sidewalks, patios, pool decks, and garage floors, can be lifted using concrete lifting techniques. However, the suitability of the process depends on the specific conditions and extent of damage to the slab.

The most common materials used in concrete lifting are polyurethane foam and cement-based grout. Polyurethane foam is lightweight, quick-setting, and highly effective for filling voids and lifting slabs. Cement-based grout is a traditional material that provides strong support and stabilization.

The cost of concrete lifting varies depending on factors such as the size of the area, the extent of settling, and the materials used. Generally, concrete lifting is more affordable than replacing the concrete slab. It’s best to get a detailed estimate from a professional service provider.

Signs that your concrete may need lifting include visible sinking or settling, uneven surfaces, cracks, and pooling water on the slab. If you notice any of these issues, it’s advisable to consult a professional to assess the situation and recommend the appropriate solution.

In some cases, concrete lifting may be covered by homeowners’ insurance, especially if the settling or sinking is due to covered perils such as water damage or soil erosion. It’s important to check with your insurance provider to understand your coverage and any applicable conditions.

When properly done, concrete lifting can provide a durable and long-lasting solution. The materials used in the process are designed to withstand the weight of the concrete and resist further settling, ensuring the longevity of the lifted slab.

While there are DIY concrete lifting kits available, the process requires specialized equipment and expertise to ensure proper results. Hiring a professional concrete lifting service is recommended to achieve the best outcome and avoid potential issues.