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Polyurethane Vs. Cement Grout in a Nutshell

Posted by Andy Powell on Apr 15, 2019 2:57:17 PM

Polyurethane Vs. Cement Grout in a Nutshell

Polyurethane Vs. Cement Grout in a NutshellThe Quick Answer

One question we get from both property owners and potential new slab lifters is about the difference between polyurethane vs. cement grout. The quick answer is that our AP Lift Foam weighs less, has a quicker set time, doesn't shrink, requires less equipment, and can be installed in any climate.

The table included in this post provides further specifics for each claim.

More Details

If you want even more details on this subject, check out one of my earlier blog posts Polyurethane vs. Cement for Slab Jacking. In that article, I delve a little deeper into the importance of using a lightweight yet strong material, why polyurethane creates less mess than concrete grout, and the importance of using a material with a quicker set time (or cure time) than cement grout.

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