Garage floors may experience a lot of damage from regular use, household storage, as well as storage of cars. Damaged concrete floors are both unsightly and create tripping hazards. Repair these problems and level your floors quickly with USG. Our foam jacking service is minimally invasive and fast curing, for less disruption to the homeowner.

Garage Floor Leveling by Utility Services Group

Foam-jacking is a fast, efficient, and cost-effective way to level residential concrete floors, such as garages. Polyurethane foam is injected beneath the surface of the concrete floor. The foam then expands, bringing your concrete back to level, mitigating any tripping hazards, and returning your garage floor back to the picture of health.

Save Your Concrete Garage Floor With USG

Use our contact form below or contact us at

The signs of damage to your concrete floor may not be obvious. Here are the signs it’s time to call USG:

  • There are cracks in the concrete floor.
  • The joints of your concrete floor are no longer level.
  • There are pores on the surface of your concrete floor, also known as spalling.
  • There is soil washing away from around the foundation of your building.
  • There is mold growth inside your home, especially in the room where your concrete floor is.
  • There are gaps between the wall and the concrete floor, where they used to meet.

What sets our Floor Leveling Service apart from others?

  • Polyurethane cures quickly and your floor can be walked on again the same day as concrete leveling takes place.
  • Leveling your concrete floor does not require excavation, unlike traditional repair methods.
  • Leveling your concrete floor is more cost-effective than replacement.
  • Replacement requires more labor, as well as more supplies.
  • Polyurethane is a long-term solution.
  • Foam jacking is less invasive, as it is done through small holes in your concrete floor.
USG Garage Floor Leveling

How does it work?

  • An expanding light-weight polyurethane is injected underneath the garage slab.
  • The polyurethane initially moves in liquid form and saturates the voids and loose soil.
  • Once it expands, it compresses the loose soil using the weight of the garage slab.
  • Once it overcomes the weight of the garage slab, the polyurethane pushes it against the densified soil.
  • This process is used to stabilize and level the garage slab without excavation or replacement.
To learn more, or discuss scheduling a lunch and learn at your facility, please contact us as at or at 717-737-6092.
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.