Concrete Lifting

Cracked sidewalks, sinking patios, uneven driveways, pool decks, and more! See what concrete lifting can do for you!

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Have you noticed concrete structures inside and outside your home are falling? Maybe you’ve noticed sinking on your driveway or patio, or maybe you’ve been seeing your basement slabs starting to crack or sink. Regardless of what’s causing the problem, it’s important that you handle the problems that your fallen concrete may cause. If you have sunken concrete, you’ll need to look into concrete lifting options to fix those problems.

Cracked concrete before polyrenewal leveling

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how concrete leveling works

How Concrete Leveling Works

Polyurethane foam injection is both lightweight and durable, and is able to support and lift sunken concrete back to its original level without any extra added weight.

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They arrived early and explained the process thoroughly. The area was well cleaned when they were done.

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I had a wonderful experience with the job I needed to be done in my basement. All my questions were answered before I even asked them.

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David Krump was punctual, professional, totally thorough and pleasant to work with

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Derrick was a great technician. Completed the job timely and professionally.

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