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Are you dealing with sinking, cracking concrete slabs around your patio, driveway, or walkway? If so, you’ve come to the right place. PolyLevel® is your expert concrete leveling contractor that can help strengthen your Austin home’s concrete slabs and boost curb appeal. Unlike other methods such as mudjacking, PolyLevel® is a non-invasive, long-lasting alternative that can help improve the health and look of your concrete slabs for years to come.

Our trusted PolyLevel® contractors are here to help make your concrete slabs look as good as new again. For a FREE no-obligation concrete leveling cost estimate in Austin, TX, please fill out the contact form and your local PolyLevel® company will contact you shortly to schedule your on-site evaluation.

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PolyLevel® in Austin can fix:

  • Concrete driveways and steps
  • Interior floor slabs
  • Concrete pool decks
  • Sunrooms with concrete floors
  • Concrete roadways & parking areas
  • Concrete patios & landings
  • Concrete sidewalks


Why does concrete sink and crack in Austin?

Concrete starts out strong, 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.

Concrete Leveling in Austin, TX

Mudjacking, also called slab jacking, is a well-known technique for lifting uneven concrete to a level position. Compared to using foam to lift and level concrete, mudjacking has several drawbacks that Austin homeowners should know. One major disadvantage is that mudjacking doesn’t address the underlying causes of sunken concrete. It's also messy and disruptive and often damaging to property and landscaping.

Why PolyLevel® is the Better Alternative to Mudjacking

  • High-density expanding polyurethane foam - PolyLevel®’s polyurethane injection expands and closes all voids beneath the concrete. This eliminates stress points and lowers the possibility of unwanted cracking.
  • Environmentally-friendly - PolyLevel® concrete leveling extends the life of your concrete and keeps it out of landfills. No need to remove and replace entire concrete slabs!.
  • Water-resistant concrete lifting foam - PolyLevel® is a long-lasting repair that won’t wash away by rain or other precipitation.
  • Cleaner, more effective alternative to mudjacking/slab jacking - Our PolyLevel® solution is non-invasive. Fixing your damaged concrete won’t damage your landscaping.


Time to restore your concrete and peace of mind?

Let an expert PolyLevel® concrete lifting contractor serving Austin, TX help you repair your sinking concrete slabs before they worsen. Your concrete patio, floor, or walkway will be ready to use and look as good as new in no time! Book a free concrete leveling estimate today.

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Recent job requests for PolyLevel in Austin, TX:

Project Location: Austin, TX 78749

Comment: Concrete slab in my patio needs raising at one corner to fix a possible trip hazard.

Project Location: Austin, TX 78751

Comment: Concrete slabs in my driveway have sunk, would like a quote to raise it. Thanks

Project Location: Austin, TX 78753

Comment: Need to fill cracks in our driveway

Project Location: Austin, TX 78759

Comment: Driveway one section is sloped towards house and hinders the water flow.

Project Location: Austin, TX 78757

Comment: The patio behind our house does not slope downwards from the gutters, so water pools up by the house. It's not that severe as it looks level to the eye but half an inch higher using injection should get the puddle to roll away towards the grass.

Project Location: Austin, TX 78723

Comment: We have a screened patio with a concrete slab floor that is pulling away from the house. The gap is about an inch wide and is running the length of the patio. Last Fall we had all the plumbing replaced and we think maybe maybe removing all that dirt from under the house for the tunnel and then putting it back might be the cause? Not sure but are looking for an estimate and advice on how to fix. Thanks!

Project Location: Austin, TX 78747

Comment: Walkway to house needs alignment

Project Location: Austin, TX 78737

Comment: Have a severely cracked garage slab that is very slanted. Wonder if your services could fix and at what cost. Slab is roughly 16'x20'

Project Location: Austin, TX 78754

Comment: The pool equipment slab needs to be leveled.

Project Location: Austin, TX 78746

Comment: Need to raise a patio at the end of a pool

Project Location: Austin, TX 78753

Comment: Half of the driveway is sinking .

Project Location: Austin, TX 78731

Comment: Need my driveway leveled and lifted. But more importantly the house slab is cracked and moves

Project Location: Austin, TX 78737

Comment: Soil erosion under driveway expansion joints, drive has cracked diagonally at corners in 4 areas

Project Location: Austin, TX 78737

Comment: My slab is tilting and sinking in places.

Project Location: Austin, TX 78728

Comment: Our front sidewalk has sank and it takes a large step to get on our porch.

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