How long is the process of floor lifting?

Floor lifting is the process of supporting, raising and releveling floors. The length of this process may vary depending on the size of the area that needs to undergo floor lifting. Read more about floor lifting and the time that it takes below:

What is the process?

The process of floor lifting has three steps. The first is to provide support to the floor slabs to prevent them from cracking during the process. Step two is the part of the process where the slab is lifted. The final step in the process involves releveling the floor so that the surface of the slab is even when it is repositioned. After the process is completed, the slab joints are realigned.

Why is it necessary?

Floor lifting is necessary to avoid any structural problems. Overtime, subsidence can cause floor slabs to sink and tilt. When this happens, the floor may be difficult to walk on and the uneven surface may be a safety risk.

How long does it take?

The floor lifting process will vary depending on how big the area is that needs to be releveled. It is also dependant on the company that you choose to complete the job. Uretek is a company you can count on to complete the floor lifting process quickly and efficiently. We complete most floor lifting projects the same day and do so with the best interests of the client in mind. Each slab is lifted individually to avoid the interruption of a large area. We also work after hours, if necessary.