The concrete companies listed here are experienced concrete leveling and repair contractors in the PolyLevel dealer network who serve New York. PolyLevel contractors offer expertise and experience solving concrete problems, including fixing concrete that is sinking or “settling,” cracked, or unlevel. In each company’s profile you can read reviews, see before and after pictures, and learn more about their concrete services.
PolyLevel is a fast, effective solution for your concrete problems. Contact your local PolyLevel dealer today to get a free concrete repair estimate.
You can blame it on soils and the weather. The clay components in New York subsoils are absorbent, expanding and contracting with changes in temperature and ground moisture. Rain, snow, and the freeze-thaw cycle as winter turns into spring contribute to soils swelling and shrinking beneath your concrete. This soil movement leads to voids under the concrete. At that point, the weight of concrete becomes a liability. When the soil is too weak to support a concrete slab, the concrete begins to sink. The weight of items on the concrete, from furniture to vehicles, can add to that downward pressure. Excessive and uneven concrete sinking can lead to cracks in the concrete.
Residential concrete can be an ideal material, used in many New York homes for indoor/outdoor spaces, from patios and pool decks to front walkways and from indoor concrete slab flooring to driveways. Often concrete paths are designed to complement landscaping. But when your concrete sinks or exhibits signs of settlement and cracking, it stops serving its purpose and becomes unsafe. Cracked, uneven concrete is also unattractive, detracting from the beauty and value of your home.
PolyLevel is effective for repairing sunken, cracked concrete all around the home:
In addition to looking for an New York concrete repair company who serves your town or region, you want to know that they understand concrete problems and have solutions that are effective, long-term, and affordable.
PolyLevel is a two-part expanding foam solution effective in many concrete repair applications, in both residential and commercial settings. Alternatives to PolyLevel include complete concrete replacement and “mud jacking,” an industrial application that uses a concrete slurry to fill in the gaps underneath sunken concrete. Both of these methods are excessive when fixing a set of stairs that has pulled away from the home, or a section of patio concrete slab that is uneven. These alternative solutions are more disruptive, do not address the underlying soil issues, and are more costly and time-consuming. Using foam to raise sunken concrete is fast, effective, less disruptive to property, and affordable. PolyLevel is a less intrusive, lighter weight solution that doesn't add more weight to the problem.
Your local New York PolyLevel contractor has the benefit of a supporting national network combined with a commitment to solving local concrete problems. In addition to reading reviews, check out past work by your local concrete contractor. A Before and After picture showing the results of lifting and leveling an uneven concrete slab is worth 1,000 words!
The final step in searching for a contractor who can fix your home’s sunken or cracked concrete is to get an idea of the cost involved in fixing your concrete. After inspecting your damaged concrete, your local contractor should be able to explain their proposed solution and provide a written estimate for repair costs.
Uneven concrete only gets worse over time. Improve the safety, appearance, and value of your property by leveling your concrete slabs. PolyLevel dealers in New York help homeowners every day fix the failing concrete around their homes. From Albany to Saratoga, from greater New York City to greater Buffalo, from the Hudson Valley to Binghamton, there’s a concrete repair expert ready to help you!
Choose a Polylevel dealer who serves your New York town or city to lift and level your sinking concrete. You can be confident that you’re getting the best concrete repair solution, installed by a caring, dedicated expert.
Project Location: Staten Island, NY 10308
Comment: Uneven side walk concrete panels
Project Location: Staten Island, NY 10302
Comment: The sidewalk next to my stop has sunk several inches. Can it be repaired?
Project Location: Staten Island, NY 10302
Comment: Sidewalk needs leveling
Project Location: Allegany, NY 14706
Comment: I have a room that used to be a one car attached garage that is now a room of the house. A masonry fireplace was put on the floor without a foundation years ago. The concrete sunk about 2in on one side. I gutted the room and tore out fireplace, now 8 just need to level concrete.
Project Location: Corning, NY 14830
Comment: Slabs of concrete and segments of sidewalk need leveling
Project Location: Brooklyn, NY 11205
Comment: Would like to level two concrete slabs.
Project Location: Vestal, NY 13850
Comment: Need one section of a 4" X 5' rconcrete sidewalk lifted about 8" at on end to match height of new driveway.
Project Location: Maspeth, NY 11378
Comment: Driveway cracked and needs a bit of lifting
Project Location: S Ozone Park, NY 11420
Comment: Uneven concrete slabs on driveway.
Project Location: Endicott, NY 13760
Comment: Front porch slab
Project Location: Flushing, NY 11354
Comment: My 2 car garage has crack and slightly sunken areas. I can see large void under slab through floor drains
Project Location: Fresh Meadows, NY 11366
Comment: Driveway is made up of concrete slabs, some of which are not level.
Project Location: Jamestown, NY 14701
Comment: My driveway needs leveling and solution to drainage. Being able to back in would be nice but driving out the bumper rubs pavement
Project Location: Binghamton, NY 13905
Comment: I have 2 different bridges that have the approach sidewalks sinking, creating a slip/trip hazard. The concrete approaches are in good condition and I believe would be good candidates for leveling.
Project Location: Randolph, NY 14772
Comment: We have a pad that has sunk about 2 inches right where it meets our bay doors. Our fork lifts have to travel over it several times a day.