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Is your concrete patio, walkway, or driveway sinking and cracking? If you’re looking for expert concrete leveling and lifting in Fort Dodge, IA you’ve come to the right place. PolyLevel® is a trusted and proven concrete leveling solution and preferred alternative to traditional mudjacking. Through a network of licensed contractors, you can ensure your concrete slabs get the lift they need to look as good as new again.

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Fort Dodge, Iowa Concrete Leveling Services

  • Residential Concrete Leveling & Lifting
  • Concrete Driveways
  • Concrete Walkways/Sidewalks
  • Concrete Pool Decks/Pool Surrounds
  • Concrete Patios/Porches/Stoops
  • Garage Floors & Slab Floors
  • Sunrooms with Concrete Floors
  • Commercial, Industrial & Municipal Concrete Leveling

What causes sinking concrete slabs?

The problem isn’t your concrete, it’s the soil beneath. When the soil beneath your concrete compacts or washes out, it leaves voids into which heavy concrete slabs sink. These voids need to be filled in order to raise the sunken slabs back to level.

How soil causes concrete to sink:

Concrete starts out durable, rigid, and weighty, making it a great material for residential patios and driveways to warehouse floors. Over time, the level soil underneath the concrete begins to shift with changes in the moisture content in the ground. Soil movement causes voids under the concrete and because concrete is heavy, it starts to sink. Because it’s rigid and inflexible, it starts to crack. Soil movement occurs in a variety of ways, including:

  • Backfilled Soil: Loose soil that is backfilled when a home is built is often not well compacted and settles over time, resulting in one or more voids under the concrete.
  • Droughts & Soil Shrinkage: In droughts, the soils under your concrete shrink, causing voids, as well as cracks and crevices in the concrete.
  • Rainfall & Erosion: When it rains, water finds its way into and under concrete slabs, causing the soil to soften and weaken, or wash away, leaving voids.

Soil movement is bound to occur, but the damage sunken concrete leaves behind doesn’t have to be permanent. Trusted concrete leveling solutions can easily help resolve such issues.

The Best Alternative to Mudjacking and Slab Jacking

Mudjacking, or slab jacking, is a concrete leveling solution that requires the demolition and replacement of an entire slab of concrete, a procedure that is time-consuming and expensive, not to mention disruptive to the property. PolyLevel® two-part foam expands instantaneously upon injection beneath a settled slab. The injection holes that our contractors drill through the slab are small and much less noticeable than those required for a typical mudjacking procedure. During the injection process, PolyLevel® expands many times its original volume and gains density, forcing the sunken concrete back to its initial level. It takes only a matter of minutes for the polymer to expand and reach more than 90% of its firmness!

Why More Fort Dodge, IA Homeowners Choose Us

  • Superior Mudjacking-Alternative, Concrete Lifting & Leveling System
  • Free, No-Obligation Cost Estimates
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If you notice your concrete starting to crack or settle, don’t wait to call a professional. Permanently lift and stabilize your concrete slabs today with one of our PolyLevel® experts in Fort Dodge, IA. Restore your concrete and peace of mind by scheduling your free concrete leveling estimate today!

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Service Area Zip Codes:

50501

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Comment: Basement is sinking and making house to lean downhill. Making drywall crack.

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Comment: Need a quote for mudjacking apartment complex

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Comment: Looking for a quote to get this fixed before the cold weather sets in. This is an apartment complex, all ground floor apartments. Only a handful of the concrete slabs on sidewalks and pathways are lifting and will cause a tripping hazards to our older residents. If you need to see the site give me a ring so we can make an appointment.

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Comment: Two-level step unit had sunk causing issue with third level "porch"

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Comment: I have about 5 sidewalk squares that need to be leveled up. They are trip hazards.

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Comment: 2 sections of sidewalk need to be raised. The worst section about 2.5 inches tapering to 0 inches on far end of 2nd section. Both pieces are cracked in half (lengthwise).

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Comment: Interested in a quote for leveling driveway

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Comment: Melting snow and heavy rail causes issues for us on our outside patio (concrete slab)

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Comment: Front and rear steps

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Comment: Looking to get a quote for concrete leveling on multiple items around my house

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Comment: Spoke to a member of our promotion team about his uneven concrete concerns. the best time to call him is around noon.

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Comment: Spoke to a member of our promotional team at the Cedar Rapids Sports Show. He has uneven or sinking concrete slabs. Noon-5 pm is the best time to give him a call.

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Comment: I have three sidwalk areas that have begun to sink.

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Comment: Front concrete steps sloping down needs brought back up

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Comment: Brick house build in 1940 on a hill. Occasional water on basement floor in prior years. This Spring`water has been continuous. No sump pump. Interested in drains around interior of basement and sump pump. Also leveling of patio.

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