PolyLevel® is a safe, less invasive alternative to traditional mudjacking methods. The PolyLevel® two-part foam is injected beneath your concrete, instantly lifting and leveling your sunken concrete slab. PolyLevel® contractors can lift your concrete quickly and effectively, with minimal downtime and disruption to your routine.
Your local PolyLevel® concrete repair contractors provide solutions for:
Unlike mudjacking, the PolyLevel® solution does not require the demolition and replacement of an entire slab of concrete- a procedure that is both time consuming and expensive. Injected through small, minimally-invasive holes, PolyLevel® expands, forcing the sunken concrete back to its original height. Our unique polyurethane formula will already expand to reach 90% of its firmness in just a few minutes, making PolyLevel® the quickest method to raise your slab.
For homeowners, general contractors and commercial property owners, PolyLevel® is the most effective solution for lifting and leveling sunken concrete surfaces. Contact your local PolyLevel® contractors for a free concrete repair estimate in Baltimore!
Project Location: Seneca, Baltimore, 21211
Comment: Front steps are sinking
Project Location: E Lake Ave, Baltimore, 21212
Comment: Water from an old gutter system was filling the ground and causing it to sink. Now our front porch is sinking into the ground and pulling our columns away from the patio roof. We have fixed the gutter but think that the ground needs to be leveled.
Project Location: Key Ave., Baltimore, 21215
Comment: We have a concrete patio , approximately 400 sq feet, where the slab has sunk. we are thinking of installing an above ground pool here and need the area to be level.
Project Location: E Northern Parkway, Baltimore, 21212
Comment: Sinking patio
Project Location: Forest Green Road, Baltimore, 21209
Comment: I have a walkway outside my house which has sunken in a few places. more so a tree root has caused one side of the concrete walkway to raise up causing the other ends to sink down. I have photos that I can send
Project Location: CARLISLE AVE, Baltimore, 21216
Comment: Looking to raise 2-3 sidewalk slabs
Project Location: Virginia Ave, Baltimore, 21221
Comment: Level concrete sidewalks/driveways
Project Location: N Milton Ave, Baltimore, 21224
Comment: Looking to level patio, different ratios to lift is 3 in to 6 1/2in. Patio is about 13.5ft wide x 20 ft long.
Project Location: E 29th St, Baltimore, 21218
Search Request: concrete stoop repair options
Comment: The front stoop is settling due to the drain spout pointing to the base of the porch. Top slab severely cracked. My solution must be cheap not necessarily permanent.
Project Location: E. Biddle St., Baltimore, 21213
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Comment: Chesapeake Plywood is a warehouse in which we receive containers. There are concrete slabs that need to be raised and am in search of estimates. I do have some pictures but and on-site estimate would also be ok. Please contact me preferably by e-mail because I am not always at my desk to receive phone calls. Thank you.
Project Location: Roland Ave, Baltimore, 21211
Comment: I am looking to level a 16 ft x 2 ft walkway to pitch it away from my foundation.
Project Location: Arizona Ave, Baltimore, 21206
Comment: A slab of concrete in my backyard is pulling away from the house and stairs leading to basement on one side and sinking on the other side. I can send you pictures.
Project Location: 40th Street, Baltimore, 21211
Comment: Driveway Additional information: I'm concerned about: driveway
Project Location: Roland Ave, Baltimore, 21210
Comment: Front sidewalk needs to be leveled
Project Location: Falls Rd, Baltimore, 21209
Comment: Sinking patio Concrete with bluesstone top