Liftech Corporation



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Liftech is a fully licensed and insured Colorado Corporation specializing in repairing, stabilizing lifting, leveling, and rehabilitating all types of concrete structures associated with residential, commercial, and municipal applications. We are one of only three companies in the state of Colorado certified and authorized to install polyurethane systems specifically designed for geotechnical (in-ground) applications. We are proud, A+ accredited members of the Better Business Bureau, Angie’s List, Yelp, and Team Dave Logan with superb ratings on every major consumer advocacy website. We raise, level, and stabilize sunken concrete structures, including flatwork and foundations, in the greater Denver area, Boulder, Colorado Springs and beyond.

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The earth’s soils are constantly moving, and with freezing, thawing, flooding, and drought, those soils expand and contract often, causing them to fail beneath the overlying concrete. The damaging effects Mother Nature wreaks on concrete flatwork and foundations happen during any season. It’s not uncommon to find roadways, bridges, sidewalks, walkways, porches, patios, stairs, driveways, garage floors, basement floors, or portions of ENTIRE buildings that have sunk and settled as a result of soil movement and compaction. Property owners are often faced with the daunting and potentially expensive task of replacing their failed concrete.


Liftech was founded in Denver, Colorado by a former home builder and general contractor who regularly experienced the issues failed concrete can cause. Until recently, concrete replacement or mudjacking were the only feasible, readily available options. However, homeowners (and their contractors) often discover that replacement is not only costly, but tearing out and re-pouring concrete creates a huge mess for days, if not weeks. There has to be a better solution!

And just as the concrete flatwork around a structure fails, often the foundation is affected too.  Foundation issues create undue stress and heartache for any homeowner as their most prized possession becomes a potential money pit. In the end, many of the so-called repair options available to the homeowner won’t solve the problem permanently or without breaking the bank!


After investigating an alternative to concrete replacement or mudjacking,  Liftech was founded as an advanced alternative process for lifting concrete utilizing polyurethane injections. The material is injected as a liquid, and through a chemical reaction, it forms an expandable, closed-cell foam that stabilizes the loose soils (often the root of the problem), while lifting and leveling the concrete, bringing it back to its origin. The polyurethane is very lightweight, weighing less than 2 Pounds per cubic foot of material. The process requires small, penny-size injection holes, which means when the repair is complete you won’t even know we were there. Best of all the polyurethane cures as a solid structure, and is not susceptible to fracture or failure. which ensures that the concrete repair will not only look amazing, but will last. Our clients are now delighted to have Liftech as an alternative to mudjacking or replacement.

As a leader in the industry, Liftech also employs the most advanced techniques for foundation stabilization and repair in the industry.  We not only offer a permanent structural repair that will last a lifetime, but we keep our solutions affordable for the average homeowner!

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Check out the testimonials from our happy customers below


Very prompt, professional and competent

We found Liftech to be very prompt, professional and competent. They seemed very knowledgeable about what was going on with our concrete and what to do about it. We are satisfied!…Read More

Herb D


VERY pleased with our experience with Liftech

We are very pleased with our experience with Liftech. We were happy with the price, and we really felt after researching the matter that the poly foam was a much better solution for concrete lifting t…Read More

David D


Job well done

After talking with you at the Denver Home and Garden Show we decided that your solution to our problem made the most sense...Your Liftech process of essentially "floating" 20 feet of the sidewalk back…Read More

Eva and Spence K.