Pressure grouting also known as no-permeation or compaction grouting is a geotechnical procedure used to stabilize unsteady ground, increase its capacity to bear large loads, fill underground voids or to prevent water intrusion Pipes are placed three to five feet apart in the soil and inserted until they reach hard dirt. A rockless concrete grout is forced through the pipes blending with the soil filling in the voids creating a soil that is strong and compact. Pressure grouting is a great alternative to foundation leveling, floor leveling, basement leveling, or home leveling.

Pressure grouting can easily reach the soil without much disruption in home owners daily routines or evasive equipment. Simply change the angles of the pipe to fill the voids. This process is also relatively quiet keeping the disruption to the neighborhood to a minimum.

With 21 years of experience in the industry, Poly Foundation Solutions possesses the appropriate skill set to complete the project properly, professionally and with extreme precision.