The GCS Advantage Part 1: Polyurethane vs Cement

In the next three blog posts, we’ll take a look at the 3 advantages to doing business with GCS vs. common alternatives you may find in the market.

These 3 advantages are:

  1. Using polyurethane vs cement.
  2. GCS best practices.
  3. Ground penetrating radar & soil testing.

In this post, we’ll take a brief look at why our use of polyurethane soil stabilization, void fill and slab lifting resin is advantage for you compared to the alternative of using cement grout for soil repair (a.k.a. “mudjacking”).

As we thoroughly explain in our previous blog post Polyurethane vs. Cement for Slab Jacking, the material we use provides you with a few very significant advantages: the lighter weight of polyurethane prevents further sinking (unlike heavy cement), the polyurethane application process creates less mess, and polyurethane cures a lot faster!

Why use a mudjacking contractor who plans on applying heavy, messy, slow-curing material?

In the next post we’ll provide an overview of advantage number 2 – our best practices!

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