Lift Your Concrete with PolyLevel®

Many homeowners experience problems with sunken concrete on their sidewalk, driveway, patio, basement slab, or garage floor, which can create dangerous tripping hazards for you and your family. In some cases there may be a need for a complete replacement, but in most cases you can simply lift the sunken concrete rather than completely replacing the slab. PolyLevel® is a cost-effective, non-invasive solution for lifting your sunken concrete. 

Homeowners throughout Tennessee, western North Carolina, and north Georgia rely on us for concrete leveling. Contact us today for your free inspection! 

Why Concrete Sinks

The main cause of sinking concrete is the soil underneath the slab. Changing weather conditions cause the soils to shift and lose their support for the weight of the concrete. The soils expand when wet and contract when they dry, which creates voids in the soil and causes the weight of the slab to settle further into the ground. While there are temporary solutions to level concrete, the problem soils must be addressed in order to permanently fix the problem.  

Features of PolyLevel®

Traditional concrete leveling methods like mudjacking may lift your concrete temporarily, but it will eventually washout again since it is not a completely waterproof solution. PolyLevel® is a polyurethane foam that is injected into the soil underneath the sunken slab and stabilizes the soils for a permanent solution. 

Other benefits of PolyLevel® include:

  • Non-invasive installation
  • Lightweight material that won’t cause further settlement
  • Completely waterproof solution 
  • Quick cure time

The quick installation and quick cure time makes PolyLevel® a very efficient solution for your sunken concrete. Once installed, you can use your sidewalk, driveway, or patio in as little as 15 minutes. 

At American Foundation & Waterproofing, our concrete experts can quickly lift your sunken concrete for a permanent solution. Contact us to schedule your free inspection!

PolyLevel Before injection
PolyLevel after injection